Amelia Royan
on Google Maps
Look closely and beyond, for there is so much to see. Look both at the beautiful and the plain and record what you see, for things change, sometimes rapidly and sometimes imperceptibly. Nothing is ever quite the same again. Please do not use a copy and paste comment. I would be far happier if you expressed your views on a photo in an interesting and original way, then I would be more inclined to visit your gallery. The Google Translate function works well, so the use of English is not necessary. Friendly wishes. Please - no more invitations to groups.

Amelia Royan's conversations

Chic mit dem grauen Himmel.

Beautiful winter scenery.L+F

Have a nice day!Greetings,İSMAİL

Another lovely shot indeed Amelia and certainly a fitting one for your new Village signs tag

a YS-L from me here

best wishes ... steve

I will have to go trip-trapping over this bridge myself one of these days Amelia .. lovely shot that makes you want to explore

best wishes ... steve

A lovely shot indeed Amelia of the two eras of building coming together and neither looking out of place

all "liked" by me

best wishes ... steve

Thanks a lot, Alireza, welcome back. Greetings,Daniela

Thanks a lot Amelia! The slope was just prepared for a competition, so I have used this opportunity, in order to take few photos...



Hello Amelia i am pleased you found the added info of interest and also the answer to the odd set of lines on this side of the tower :))

thank you for checking out the tower and finding your prefered side :))

best wishes ... steve


an beiden Seiten des Bauwerks fahren riesige "Badewannen" auf und ab, um den großen Kähnen eine Vielzahl von Schleusen zu ersparen. Leider ist dieses Prachtstück schon seit längerem nicht mehr in Betrieb. Was bleibt sind schöne Radwege

servus, Hubs

I'm late for school, Joe. Miss Sturrock will be slightly upset. Thank goodness it isn't the Burgh School. Miss Grey would not be so lenient! ;-)

The part nearest is where the blackboard (which was opposite the window) was covered in a host of golden daffodils. The small playground behind the wall was where Miss Sturrock's class had their school photo taken one afternoon. I think that disappeared from the family album because I was sent to school in a pristine condition, but went for a swim in the Castle Pool at dinner time. My white starched bow was drooping, I'd lost my socks, and my hair was 'like cat's sookins' in the words of my Mother.

Happy days! LOL

Cheers, Amelia



  • loading Loading…


Amelia Royan's groups