I agree, Peter. This has been an ideal shelter for human habitation long before these little dwellings were constructed. The cliffs behind are very smooth, an indication glaciation in the past, and I am now imagining the flooding water coming down off the ice sheets, and the cliff being under-cut as rocks and boulders lammed against the wall of the fjord. A lovely comment - thank you so much!
Hello Alan this new memorial is also in the Royal Garden Woodhall spa close to the original breached dam memorial wall .. it was unvailed in 2013 and dedicated to the members of 617 Squadrom lost since WWII to date
best wishes .. steve
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Peterprivatebox ~ Wow a black squirrel, whatever next ? :~) Thanks for your compliments ~ I suspect that there are thousands of better shots around though :) ~ Have a good weekend ~ nick
Peterprivatebox ~ I'm glad to awaken such interesting memories for you Peter ~ Warm wishes ~ nick
Peterprivatebox ~ Hi Peter I'm glad you have spotted this little record of my day out ~ I have little experience of taking railway shots, so I really appreciate your comments. This was my first actual sighting of an A4 and I've been looking forward to it most of my life. Great design and lovely noises ~ All the best ~ nick
This is a beautiful night shot - L
Kind regards, Finn
Many thanks visits and kind comments.
I'm glad you like it.
Best wishes, Judit
Such a romantic, Peter. You paint a pretty picture. The 'chill and damp to the bone' came through in your capture splendidly. Love the mood of this one! Please do- post more from this encounter :)
best wishes. stacy.
Hello Peter yes indeed we have many Snowdrops out around the area at the moment and lovely signs of Spring they are