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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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No,no,Gian, il ponte di Calatrava è più lontano, credo di essere stata vicino alla riva, davanti alla stazione c'è parecchio spazio. Oppure ero su un traghetto. Ciao,Dany

I knew it looked wrong! Thank you for the correction, Amelia!! Best wishes from Withering-On-The-Vine :o)

Peterprivatebox The boat NN is registered Newcastle, whilst RX is Rye, no prizes for guessing where P is registered :~) Spinnaker Tower was having a moment flouncing out of shot :~) The funnel or lipstick houses very expensive flats ~ All the best ~ nick

Peterprivatebox I think that you are right Peter in what you write, dawn or sunset can be much the same potentially and I love your analogy ~ All the best ~ nick

Beautiful photo, L+F

Greetings!

The White family of Overtoun, Amelia, are the mob from Overtoun House, where I was born, Amelia. As you know, the house stands next to Overtoun Bridge, which has gained notoriety as 'the dog-suicide bridge'. Cheers, Joe

Faroma, thanks for your kind comment and LIKE. Best wishes from Scotland, Joe

Dear Amelia, to say you're a keen gardener is an understatement. You have a beautiful garden which I'm sure keeps you very busy and content.
Warmest regards, Leo

that's a clever array for solar panels

They could always stick a funnel on top, Amelia, to give it a nautical feel. Thanks for your kind comment. Cheers, Joe

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