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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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This an interesting shot. Taken in 2005, the wooden surface deterioated rapidly afterwards and last year we raised money from villagers and replaced 200 x 4.5 metre beams. We have also cleared the path ahead and hedge-layed the western side; we enjoyed that so much that we will probably lay the other side next season (October to March). I'll be posting pictures of the restored bridges over the next few weeks.

Greetings Peter,

Glad to receive your comments. I visited Alum Bay in 1978.. long enough to forget I guess, but I remember it well.

I'm now retired Peter, and I've got plenty of interests that keep me away from Panoramio a bit.

Thanks for staying in touch.


Like,nice scene and capture,greetings Leo

Thanks Bill,

I have a few from the Peak District to follow!

Best Wishes Peter

A nice set of picture's Peter, is good to see photo's from year's gone bye. LIKE. best regards, Bill.

Karl Eggenmüller

Thank you very much for another YS and like Karl.

Best wishes, Rosa.

Thank you Aceminty I have a B&W photo of the green as it was being filled in and grassed. Your excellent comment might make me post it...... one day. :-)

Post some pictures soon.

Many thanks



Thank you for your kind comment and like Bernd.

Best wishes, Rosa.

Thank you for your nice comment / like BOGDAN, Best regards, Steve


Thank you very much for your kind words. This is a garden I visit often. It's nice to see the seasonal changes. Very pleased you like it.

Kind regards, Rosa.



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