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Jun 22, 2017 04:26 |  #2401

woollyback wrote in post #18383698 (external link)
Martin,

Its on the shore of Derwentwater and somewhere I had never even heard of before we went this time.

Its from the Castlehead viewpoint - get a nice view of Catbells with trees and greenery as a foreground. This is looking sort of towards Bassenthwaite

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Been there, done that - surprised that I did not recognise it!


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Jun 22, 2017 04:50 |  #2402

Oh happy memories! Please keep posting :-)


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Gas station museum, Embudo, New Mexico.


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Jun 25, 2017 05:20 |  #2404

The Kelpies, Scotland


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Fish 'n chips. A National dish in the UK, and, in parts of England, the mushy peas are an obligatory extra.

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One more gas globe image


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Jun 27, 2017 05:25 |  #2407

Stiga wrote in post #18387226 (external link)
Fish 'n chips. A National dish in the UK, and, in parts of England, the mushy peas are an obligatory extra.

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That looks a very tasty portion well shot




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Jun 27, 2017 05:27 as a reply to Stiga's post |  #2408

These always intrigue me - and this is very nicely shot.

It's somewhere ( and the Falkirk wheel) I keep promising myself to go but haven't ever made it yet.




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Jun 27, 2017 06:12 |  #2409

woollyback wrote in post #18387943 (external link)
These always intrigue me - and this is very nicely shot.

It's somewhere ( and the Falkirk wheel) I keep promising myself to go but haven't ever made it yet.

Thank you Rob. They are impressive and the Falkirk wheel is not far away - it's ages since I saw the hydraulic lift, I hope the signposting has improved, a German fried took 1 hour to find it!


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Jun 29, 2017 07:42 |  #2410

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Thank you Rob. They are impressive and the Falkirk wheel is not far away - it's ages since I saw the hydraulic lift, I hope the signposting has improved, a German fried took 1 hour to find it!

What was the German fried on? He wasn't driving was he????? But, really, he was probably happy wherever he was.... ;-)a


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What was the German fried on? He wasn't driving was he????? But, really, he was probably happy wherever he was.... ;-)a

My German friend is a retired hydraulics engineer so he was determined to find the inventive boat lift - called the Falkirk Wheel)

He now lives in Switzerland. Here he is (not HDR)!

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A quick grab shot during a bright interval on an otherwise dull day.

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huge seas bursting over gravel ridge and bringing loose gravel and mud. Unsuspecting driver of van, tried to drive in usual places, not recognising that there was loose gravel.

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Sea, sand and sky - Alnmouth, Northumberland, NE England

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Jul 06, 2017 05:38 |  #2415

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Looks like the dogs thinking "this isn't going to end well, I'm off" :-D


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