Thank you Richard your "like" is very much appreciated here also on this scene from an English Bluebell wood :))
best wishes ... steve
Yes Peter we travelled a little further from home than our usual Bluebell location to these woods and what a worthwile trip it was :))
Hi Richard, I had visited Yosemite in 1990, (along with Lassen Valley) way before the digital age, so I am envious of the 900! Even a tenth of them will give you a great memory. I am sure you will come back from your holiday with a great collection to share with us!
Hi Steve and Richard, Thank you both so much for your visits, and awards here. Steve, this is the same working as your picture no.129910448. My idea was to get something of the front of the loco as it came out of the girders on the river bridge. Again, same place, very different pictures!
Thank you Richard your YS-L is very much appreciated on this one
Hello dear friends Sergey from Russia > Like >>> Peter from the UK >>> Thanks for the visits and nice comments :-) friendship and warm regards from the US, Richard.
Hello dear friends Dom from France > L+F >>> Zygmunt from Poland > Like >>> Peter from the UK > Your 100% correct >> much credit has to got to the Chinese for the work on the Railroads, the SF Delta, in the mines >>> we owe them a debt of gratitude for what they achieved even if most wasn't in their own best interest >>> Thanks for the visits and nice comments :-) friendship and warm regards from the US, Richard.
Hello again friend Peter >>> I most say this museum did a terrific job of setting this up. Everything was just great, you should stay tuned I have many nice things yet to show. Thanks for the visit and interest in my gallery regards, Richard.
Thank you for sharing these photos of the wind turbines.
I do wonder if the energy generated ever exceeds the amount required to refine the steel, build the generator, and assemble the thing. Perhaps not!
Thank you for sharing these photos of the wind turbines. We hardly every get to see them in this way!