Thank you so much for your kind words, I am happy you have enjoyed them!
As you will have seen in the previous comments, it was a lucky day!
PS, sorry for late response, I've been away doing some railway photography at night!
Hello Peter sadly the old pc was sent to the scrap long before i just found my mistake of not uploading to extenal hard drive promptly once taken and downloaded to pc
a lesson learned
best wishes .. steve
HA HA yes well saved dear Sarah :))
i was indeed HAPPY to follow in your footsteps via Street view .. you go to lovely places :))
best wishes .. steve X
Thank you so much for your visit here, and awards. It is hard to believe that it was such a bright sunny day! I have just been to Severn Valley in grey mist and rain, and didn't get any pictures like this.
It seems by reading the updates on this so far dear Sarah that the comments already recieved on your photos will all be lost in the move :(( .. i do believe that there is facility to comment and answer on shots once moved to VIEWS though this is scant reward for people who have lost all comments over the years ... everyone is able to have Google Plus dear Sarah by just joining Google ~ i know you are a Yahoo user and mail user and this will not nor need not change but you will also end up with a Gmail E-mail address as part of the Google package weather you use it or not
thanks, Steve, I was disappointed that this shot is so washed out with the bright sunshine:( thanks for the comment and visiting in the park!
warm wishes, Sarah X
Steve, at this particular time it does seem empty, but trust me, people were all about to the right of the shot near the water front, walking and enjoying the view there. or to the left in the Park area!
greetings, Sarah X
Hi, Steve, I don't use street view a lot, but I see you do and I have appreciated the times you have helped me map some things. again, this is a favorite shot of mine on this trip to Charleston!
Sunday greetings, Sarah X
Nice Macro! «LIKE» Best regards, Don Z
Wonderful lilies from your garden, Richard, beautifully framed !!!