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After 2081 miles of walking with a late friend, Panoramio seems a great way to share photos that would otherwise stay locked away. I hope some will find enjoyment from them! I have started a Group called British Walks and slowly uploading so the pictures can be seen in sequence. If anyone has a sequence of photos from their walks in the British Countryside, and would like to share, please visit the Group

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The same old story in the whole world, Jetro. I really love to drink an alcohol-free Hefeweizen after a longer bicycle tour. Warmest regards from Germany with a large L and a larger star. Harry.

Thanks Anna

I'm keeping my feet firmly on Terra Firma!

Best wishes, Peter

Ah Honey I gettit!

Well done Peter and thanks for calling round.


I wish you a happy new year

Hi Roger

Is there any fishing in Ward End Park? If there was I cannot understand why I did not go there at least once!

Best wishes Peter

Hi Manoo

Looks like the Church of St. Luke, had a cup of tea on the bench in the churchyard in December 2001.

All the best Peter

Hi Roger I have seen the staircase inside the Hall that was hit by cannon shot during the Civil War.

With the going on in Birmingham 6 at the moment I think another one is about to start!

All the best Peter

Hi Old English Friend Roger and Young Russian Friend Diggory

If you look the opposite way from where this picture is taken you will see the bridge over the canal that carries Brookvale Road.

Here is a link to a photo taken from that bridge around 1970, before the Motorway was built

All the best to you both Peter

Lovely photo!

Looking at the title reminded me of a pub close by called the Moon and Sixpence. I googled it and found it to be a novel by Somerset Maugham.

According to a 1956 letter from Maugham, "If you look on the ground in search of a sixpence, you don't look up, and so miss the moon."

Glad you were not looking for a sixpence!

All the best Peter



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