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Fantastic shot!

You have a very nice gallery and i add you to my favorite photographer


Greetings, Horst

Thank you so much for your kind words and for stopping by! Regards, palaemon

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hello Stacy thank you fot your visit here and lovely comments it was certainly not the best of days to be stood around waiting so tried to pass the time with whatever came along ... i too have often looked at those Electricity carrying pylons there and wondered why they change direction ? .. surely far less towers and cable would have been needed for a more direct route to be taken

best wishes ... steve

looks a little bit dozily

Thanks for your completion, stacy

Hi Ricardo David Jusino Rosario, thanks for the very nice entry and the ℒike!

My best wishes, Reiner

Hi Stacy,

Thank you so much for your visit here. It is nice when people look in the depths of a gallery, as well as the new stuff. As I have explained above, this was a very lucky coincidence, right place, right time. I do wonder how much horsepower could be applied to such a train before the couplings start to fail..

Best Wishes Peter

Best Wishes Peter

YUP! Nice treatment habimut.

L#2 & best wishes from Kelowna,Canada

Hi Stacy,

I'm happy that you have enjoyed this one, especially as it was taken with my old camera. You are right, it is way above the trees, only bits of grass for the sheep! The mountain to left of centre is Crib Goch. Literally "Narrow Ridge Red" from the Welsh. It means it!! There is a walk along here to the summit of Snowdon, which I am sure you would like. I've done it once, but before the digital camera days I'm afraid.

Best Wishes Peter


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