What a nice shot! Greetings from Turkey.GGR.
What a nice ass! greetings from UK
gezginruh Thanks for your comment and visit. I was just checking out the NPC contest and voted for your beautiful door shot. Good Luck!
trikermike Indeed she is! I can tell it is going to make my days brighter to have you visiting my site.
Dear joyfotosi would like to thank you for your vote in March NPC. Warmest regards. GGR.
joyfotos, you are perhaps not as dumb as this ass!
What a lonely compliment you have paid me, and in sich few words, truly a magnificent thing for a female lady woman of the opposite gender!
I am waffling, but you know that, eh?
Truly honoured by your attentions, may this become another wildly enthusiastic exchange of innuendoes!
aaal the best, my friend from ???where are you stationed?
Mike from GEORDIELAND!
trikermike I don't know about that - these particular asses are pretty smart and might even be better than me with the innuendoes! I am much better at appreciating them than making them. They do not flow freely off my tongue as they do off of yours.
I see that you are in northern England. I am in the upper midwest - Wisconsin to be specific.
My geographical knowledge of your continent is limited, but your mapping helps a great deal when zoomed out & in again!
PS, you keep your tongue outa there! y'hear?
Had to do the same with your continent - island? Is fun to see where everyone is. I actually have a cousin that lives in England so was checking to see if you were near her - but she is more to the south.
Leaving the last comment alone!
Your cousin lives south of me?
EVERYONE IN EMGLAND DOES!'cos aaan a GEORDIE! y'naa!
Yes, I guess that would be true. I finally had to Google Geordie & scan a couple of articles quickly. Now I know a little more about your area. The bit about the language was intriguing - some of the words were very familiar to me growing up in North Carolina. The heritage their is English and Scotch Irish.
Look forward to hearing more about Geordies and seeing your photos.
WHAYE MAN, YEE ORTA TARK TIV THE mINERS LAAD, HES OWER IN nORTH cAROILINA FER NEALLY THORY YEORS NOO, BURREES FREM rYHOPE, Y'NAA!
Of course he is from Europe and no one would doubt it.
Paul has access to a few GEORDIE websites, some have geordie tark on them, you can hear the language spoken!
Now my alchohol haze has lifted and the viel over my eyes has cleared, I would like to tell you how much I have enjoyed your photos of Old West town, the buildings are wonderful, the signage fantastically true & rustic, all very weel shot (!) by you, thanks for the rare oportunity to share these gems, jf you are a white hat owner!
Mike....the trail buster
I don't think I know Paul. I have a feeling that much of it would sound like the mountain dialect....it is often compared to old English like the Geordie was on the website I checked. However some things I think might loose me.
Yes, 1880 town is really a neat place. The first time I saw it I was a little skeptical as it looks rather a tourist trap but the wide array of costumes for rent make it a real special place. My oldest had always wanted to dress up and get an old time photo - this way for only about 3 or dollars she got to pick out her own costume and wear it for as long as she liked and we have not one but tons of photos. They have moved buildings in from all over and truly have a complete little town. Yet rather than walk through a living museum you can become part of it.
OKAY Deborah, just go find Coal Miners Boy on this site, he lives close to Mount Shasta in Northern California, advise him that GEORDIE Mike introduced you, then ask for the GEORDIE website what tarks tiv yer!
I will advise him, of course, that you need an introduction, ok?
Have a great St Patricks!
Very good photo.
Very good shot! Lovely picture!
Greetings from Hungary Anico
Vadim sorry I missed your comment earlier in the year. Was by for a quick peak at your wonderful gallery. Thanks for your visit!
Anico thanks for your visit and comments. These guys are so much fun. They are always waiting for tourists who stop to feed and photograph them. I just happened to wander a little further from the road and find these mothers and babies.
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