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jeff_msn123 on November 5, 2011

Scally

For what reasons?

Anyway, you could try Chinese ToFu Steak (soya bean curd) in practise.

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 5, 2011

It might have been the cost? Jeff. The only dish I can equate it to in Chinese is that 'Bird Nest Soup' for expense, I have never tasted it, but I think you said it was not very nice? but I think 'Sharks Fin, Crab & Asparagus' is the best soup I have every tasted.Do you not like it because it is TOO CHEAP? I eat Quorn meat substitute, really tasteless stuff, but all we poor UK OAP's can afford. :=(( cheers scally.

vladanscekic on November 5, 2011

Beautiful perspective and photo!

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Greetings, Vladan

jeff_msn123 on November 5, 2011

Scally

Quorn is healthy than red meat. Less chance to have Intestinal Cancer. You must accept it if you want to live longer without additional pain, since you now must have more than one Chronic Diseases torturing you daily. I thought you don't care about the money, but happiness.

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 6, 2011

Many thanks for your beautiful comment Vladan, best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on November 6, 2011

Sounds great Jeff? A long boring life of tasteless food and no Whisky,and it would seem all the longer when one has no watch to note the slow crawl of the creeping Time. Did you know they are changing the way they calculate the passage of time? they can no longer depend on the revolutions of the Earth, because some eastern Nation has been increasing its population, and average body weight, causing a wobble in the Earth's spin.:=((

Ula Ch-L on November 6, 2011

Great perspective :). L

Very good composition! Like!

jeff_msn123 on November 6, 2011

Scally

I don't know.

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 6, 2011

Many thanks Ula for your very nice comment, best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on November 6, 2011

Thanks Nick, cheers scally.

Harry Taggart on November 6, 2011

I will always try and keep you up to date on the progression of human knowledge Jeff, but you will need Bernard for the pretty girls. Cheers scally.

Günter Wingen on November 6, 2011

Very nice view and bridge!! *L Greetings Günter.

Cindy Breen on November 7, 2011

Nice shot and bridge Scally

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But no one around to use it :-))

Marion

Harry Taggart on November 7, 2011

Hi Gunter, many thanks for your nice comment. best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on November 7, 2011

I have never crossed this bridge as empty as this before Marion? It had nothing to do with my driving, because I was sitting in a coach. :=). Not too bad quality for through a dusty double glazed coach window? May I should take all of my shots the same way. :-) Best regards to the black swans, cheers scally.

jeff_msn123 on November 7, 2011

Scally

Your aim was to be a good teacher? Accidentally, you have worked on the ships.

Cheers, Jeff

Harry Taggart on November 8, 2011

Hi Moorteufel, thank you for your very nice comment, best regards scally.

Harry Taggart on November 8, 2011

I do not think I could ever be a teacher, even though I am very patient and calm, Jeff, I have worked on Jet aircraft, steam and diesel Locomotives, press tools for car production, and Marine engineering, but you know the saying 'A Jack of all Trades & a Master of None' but I do take a nice bridge snap. LOL cheers scally.

brian gillman on November 8, 2011

Uncannily like the bridge on the A82 over Loch Leven at Ballachulish! I like of course.

Best wishes, Brian.

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