I don't speak Italian, but I think this is probably a compliment, so I'll take my chances and say thank you, Salvatore :-)
Thank you, Peter. And I really like my first short look at your gallery as well. I'll be back!
Yum, toad-porn! Great :-)
Sorry again for being a fuddy-duddy. As to it being beautiful, I grew up in Leek and Biddulph and it is only know when I see photographs or go back (I live in Munich) with my German girlfriend, that I see how beautiful it really is. I suppose you get to see it through other people's eyes, when they are new to it.
Definitely undiscovered country and yes, the towns are a little ramshackle but it is real England. My girlfriend thought Leek was great too. Not many spots left like this in England, some in Shropshire I know of, Hereford too.
Hello Richard! The truth is I didn't experiment at all, just dug out the camera and shot a few, which is what I mostly do. I'm sure somebody who's more of a settings fiddler than I am could have gotten more out of the opportunity.
Anyway, thanks for nice comments as always :-)
It was a wonderful day.
Thank you for nice comments, Ryan :-)
Does not look like anyone was in a hurry along this road turned walking trail. Nice evening.
Se der, ja. Finfint!
Fin vinterstemning med de rimfrosne trærene Astrid
Zajefajne :) Chyle głowy :)