Basher Eyre, and depicts The Ark After the Flood in a stained glass window at the catholic church of St Thomas in Emsworth, Hampshire.
It seems particularly apt at the moment since most people in the UK are surrounded by flood water as I write. I wonder what has been happening to all the animals out there. Some of the waters have receded a bit today. We had a dry morning here, but when it was time to take Jade out after lunch the rain started again and we had a rather wet tramp around Hamworthy Park.
At least the tide and the waves were not too high for us to walk along the promenade in front of the beach huts, as it had been on my last two visits with Jade. Then we would have been soaked with spray if not washed over the sea wall in our normally calm area inside Poole Harbour. Now I can hear rain lashing against my office window once again so those unfortunate enough to be already flooded are going to see the waters rising again.
We've also been hearing about the extreme cold temperatures in parts of the US, so I do hope all my readers and virtual friends are safe.