Abandoned Farmhouse Near Blyth Beach

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Comments (20)

C.Vazquez on July 31, 2008

I like the composition of this shot, cause you include the old bricks´ wall !! Did you work on the colours here somehow?? It looks like a painting!!

Regards, Crystal.

trikermike on August 1, 2008

skida Hi,ya, can I use your old buildings to sketch please? I have permission from MaryAlice Miners boy Marilyn to try & capture their old barns, I think I could do them some justice

Think about it, let me know when you answer the ? re your Bus's access, Ok? Cheers, Mike b¬)

skida on August 1, 2008

Please feel free to use my pictures, Mike.

trikermike on August 1, 2008

I will do my very best m8, not to ruin it!---RUIN? BUM-TISH!!!!


trikermike on August 1, 2008

Hiya Keith I have drawn the thing, painted the sky, only got to work out how I'm to paint ALL tose bricks!!


y'naa, i've not been this up for painting for a long time....Brian SewELL would say, "Finally the muse is upon one""

You had a good day? It looks like a canny day for tomorrow, according to the Radio forecast, I might get the trike out for a short sojourn along the pit line from Burradon club to see a bit of wildlife. The afternoon, I'll be back to painting, or looking through some galleries.

Regards Mike b¬) .......Oo

trikermike on August 1, 2008

**Oo* = wheelchair Oo = wheelchair at speed

jayzoe on August 2, 2008

Very cool. Look's like where I used to live. Zoe

trikermike on August 3, 2008

Yeah? Look it up on GE, it's in NEWSHAM, Northumberland., it's by the beach! The guy who shot it , skida,has more of similar nature on his pages Thanks for writing so.o.o.o many messages to me, I am honoured, Mmmmm tra 4 noo, Mike b¬)

© SashM on August 7, 2008

skidaNice old house!!!!

England is a beautiful country.

regards SashM

skida on August 7, 2008

Many thanks SashM, if we look hard enough we can find beauty all around us.

skida on August 15, 2008

jayzoe: Thanks for visiting and I am sorry I didn't see your comment straight away.

skida on September 27, 2008

There is another farmhouse, in better condition, across the road and I suspect this is owned by the same farmer, who hasn't the time or money (or need) to renovate and doesn't want to sell out to the developers. Better check those lottery tickets!

Thanks Mick.

trikermike on August 3, 2009

skida I am after permission to include this one in the weeBOOK, I want to keep the rhyming bit secret, as it is in vernacular and folk may think I am madder than they thought!

Would you consider letting me put it on the pages of BOOK Please??

Keepahhad, bonny laad


skida on August 4, 2009

Hi Mike. I worded my Permission Note to include any of my Panoramio photos, but if you need a separate one for each photo, just let me know.


trikermike on August 4, 2009

Hi Keith

I understood that, mate, aa waz just bein like gentlteel, y'naa!

Hope yez is aareet, catcha laytor?


skida on August 4, 2009

Warralreet, marra. Hope all is well with the Duke of Campadoon.

trikermike on August 5, 2009

How man! ye knaa aa divvun gaan te pubs, an Campadoon hasn't gorra pub caaled the Duke!

aam aareet though!

Cheers buds!


ps didyer want poem for this on e.mail?

skida on August 5, 2009

I was of course referring to His Grace Sir Mike de Trike, 1st Duke of Campadoon.

Aye, chuck the poewim owa on the 'poota, marra.


skida Baron Blyth

skida on August 5, 2009

I like the poewim a lot marra. It reads great in the vernacular.

trikermike on August 5, 2009

Aye, aa thowt it read better in the bog!

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  • Uploaded on July 30, 2008
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    by skida
    • Taken on 2008/07/30 15:56:09
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