Amelia Royan
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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.

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Hello Amelia yes a lovely name indeed and what looked to be a lovely cottage just at the church gate .. this area of the churchyard held some of the commonwealth War graves to be found in this churchyard

best vwishes .. steve

Amelia thank you. It is amazing!

Genau so isses -kann ich nur wiederholen.

Teiweise belanglose Fotos bekommen massenhaft views und manche wirkllich gute Aufnahmen dümpeln irgendwo, aber was solls, das berührt mich auch nicht weiter.

Eine mögliche Erklärung für manche "Ausreißer" nach oben scheint mir folgende Entdeckung:

Gibt man den eigenen user -Namen bei Google ein, bekommt man div. Suchergebnisse mit einzelnen Fotos aus der eigenen Galerie, und dort fanden diese sich oft auf irgendwelchen Portalen wie z.B. Hotelsucher oder Touristeninfo-Seiten. Daß dann viele mal auf das Bild klicken, könnte schon erklären, warum manche so nach oben gepuscht wurden.



I wasn't expecting a cyclist in this photograph, Amelia. She suddenly appeared out of Baker Lane, and very considerately placed herself in the perfect position in the frame! LOL. Cheers, Joe

Hi Amelia Yes they do a good job these boats were here for maintenance three spar boats(one you could not see it was inside) and one from Portpatrick and one from Falmouth that one was well away from home.Best wishes Alan.

Thanks for your kind comment, LIKE and link, Amelia. This castle is well worth a visit. I have been meaning to pay a visit for ages. I finally got round to it! Mary, Queen of Scots, stopped here on 5th May 1567, when she and Bothwell were travelling from Dunbar to Edinburgh. Cheers, Joe

Like. Un bel automne.

Bonjour de France. Jean.

Beautiful architecture! L+F! Best wishes,Andrey

Good morning dear Leo, and thank you for your praise. It is a fantastic waterfall - very often visited by tourists. It thunders down the hillside, and creates a lot of spray, so I'm surprised that the photo isn't blurred. yesterday was a lovely day, but it's dreary today.

warm wishes to Spokane, Amelia



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