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You are all most welcome to my gallery. Hello Everyone. I will be taking a brake from Panoramio for a while as i will be pursuing some long term interests I had in the past, which have recently been revived. Thankyou all who have made comments and sent greetings in the pass. Kindest Regards to you **all**, from, David THANK YOU, BUT I AM NOT ACCEPTING ANY MORE GROUP INVITATIONS AT THIS TIME! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRH-iqK_1Ng&list=UUVJ8MK9mMOnuX486-eK1Hhg&index=7
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Hello Jack, thanks mate. I appreciate your visit and thoughts!

Even at the dark and rainy morning you succeeded to get a great picture Steve. LIKE! Greetings Berend

That looks like a great place to visit,and very well captured :)

Thank you David. Rocket Point is part of the heritage listed National Pass Walking Track. I would love to do the walk, but it is a bit too much for my tired old body :)

Děkuji Michale.

Hezkou neděli, Roman

Nice picture, very interesting. Hello Andrei. My best regards from Brescia and happy weekend to you and family. LIKE! + FAV! Gianni.

Excellent photo with wonderful reflections. ℒike

Kind regards,eisenfred

Wonderful view! Best wishes from Azerbaijan! Ramil

nunila77 merche ,thank you for visit.Best wishes,Sonja

It looks as if this fabulous picture was taken in the area that I knew as 'The Links' just off of Chingford Lane within a few hundred Yards of road junction at the top of The Avenue, Highams Park, London E4.

Am I right?

I am not really sure if it was formally known as "The Links" - there was not a marked out golf course there though sometimes folk would play/practice in the 1950s and early 60s.

There were a few bridleways marked by posts.

It was a great place to play football - with jumpers as goal posts - which we did for hours on end until it was too dark to see the ball or there was only just enough energy left to get us back home to the nearby suburban estates - I lived about 15 minutes walk away in Richmond Avenue, Highams Park, London E4.

I suggest to aid finds the picture is retitled with something like "The Blasted Oak, close to Chingford Hatch, London E4.

Thanks for posting.

I am reliving my childhood yet living as a recluse!

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