Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons


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                Steve Simons
I said to our little 'un, "Hey look Daddy ordered a special Pizza for you"
You should have seen her face, "No Dad you can't eat that!"

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                Steve Simons
Finally Junior was encouraged to leave the hotel room, the promise to buy a bucket and spade and make a sandcastle was all it took in the end.
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                Steve Simons
Finishing touches
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                Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
This is how the Professionals do it, speaking of whom...
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                Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
A Victorian changing thingy
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                Steve Simons
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Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
THOUGHTS OF THE SEA

Thoughts of the sea,
they come to me,
as I stand and stare,
wondering what is out there;
is there some creature looking back at me?
Equally wondering what they will have for tea?


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Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Knickerbocker Glory

The very sound of the name,
is enough to drive you insane.
The challenge to eat one whole,
has been many a child's goal.
Especially if the challenger says to he or she,
eat all of this and you'll get another free.


                            ©2015 Steve Simons

No-one knows for sure where the name came from,
but it is believed to be derived from long stockings
worn by young girls.  These stockings were alternate
stripes of often red and white. The stockings were
called Knickerbockers and the desert replicates the
coloured bands, with jelly, fruit and ice cream.

This desert is quite popular in England, especially at
seaside resorts like Weymouth.  I was given the above
challenge at RAMSGATE in Kent (on the East Coast)
as a 10 year old, needless to say I could not eat the
second Knickerbocker Glory. I felt much the same now
as an adult.

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                Steve Simons
This Penguin Treat had Ice Cream inside
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                Steve Simons
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Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
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                Steve Simons
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Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
Photograph ©2015 Steve Simons
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Teaser Picture of your favourite Poet
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