After a left and then a right hand bend we catch sight of
the mausoleum high on Kirk Hill to our left and our track then bends left to cross the beck.
As the trackway rises, we catch sight of
Redcar away on our right and pass a wartime observation post before heading down the slope to join the Cleveland Way.
Onward by road to Senkele Sanctuary provides an opportunity to catch sight of
the endemic Swayne's hartebeest, while the town of Arba Minch offers one of the best views in the entire country.
We first catch sight of
the doctor in an immaculate white suit, chasing an uncooperative patient along the beach.
So, thinking you look like Claudia Schiffer, you stumble out of there in an ill-fitting truss, only to catch sight of
yourself two weeks later looking like the winner of a pie eating contest.
Park rangers will be taking visitors on a night-time wander to catch sight of
bats, owls and insects.
You and your beady little eyes didn't catch sight of
the delectable Diana until 20 months after Harry was born in September 1984.
In the countryside you raise your eyes to the sky to catch sight of
a hot-air balloon; he flattens it on the ground so that it looks like a gigantic carpet.
This season of Big Brother has completely passed me by (after Feltz, quite frankly, what is the point?), but I did catch sight of
Jade on Sunday afternoon at Wimbledon watching the men's final.
Jennifer Pastor's sculpture inspires a giddy silence, the same gravid hush that occurs when we first catch sight of
something truly strange.
DID YOU catch sight of
the 'performance of the week'?
There is probably some German word to describe the peculiarly modern shock experienced at the zoo when you catch sight of
an animal that's familiar to you from photographs but that you rarely encounter in the flesh.
And the brave postie was viciously punched five time when he managed to catch sight of