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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I have just looked up this on the Internet. It looks like an absolutely fascinating place to visit.

Joli, interesting location, well photographed, warm regards from California, Richard. Like

Thank you so much for adding this one to your favourites, dear Joli. Living on a relatively small island, there are miles of coastline to walk, and this one is very exciting.

Hugs, Amelia

Have you had snow this year, Joli? if so you have been so lucky. This is what I think winter should be like. It has rained a lot in the UK this winter. ;(

Greetings, Amelia

A really lovely atmospheric photo dear, Joli. I love the dwindling perspective.

Hugs, Amelia

I didn't check out the wine cellar, Keith, but apparently there were vineyards here at some point. No-one offered us a glass on arrival though. ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

Times change. I bet you preferred the Dickens bar when you were younger, but now you probably would welcome a coffee. ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

I also used to swim in a tidal swimming pool in St.Andrews, Keith. There were 2 pools in fact. The Step Rock pool is now a sea-life centre, the other by the castle is still used sometimes, but is not maintained.

Cheers, Amelia

What did this used to be, Keith? It does look totally neglected.

Cheers, Amelia

I've read all of them, Joe. :-)

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