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Many thanks, Hans. Best wishes, Andy

Thanks Richard,yes, the invitation to walk in does make a big difference in a picture, you just have to think on and leave things as you found them.

Thanks for the like Scarulu16.

Derek Geer

Thank you very much for your kind comments.

Regards, Rosa.

Now then Ian don't be giving him ideas,he has quite enough of his own...Hmm, on second thoughts whats the going rate for advertising these days;-))

Its a lovely spot Kenny, it will be even more hidden when all the greenery is out, i like the way that branch has mimicked the angle of the bridge...well spotted.

Across t' park ower yonder Kenny;-) Grounds and house very nicely maintained too by the look of it.

You got that right Andy, especially after a visit to the pub;-)) Thanks for calling in.

It's a lovely little place Derek and a very popular one with walkers and tourists. Not being able to see round the bend does add intrigue though in reality there isn't much of a story beyond what we see here other than the very steep hill indicated on the sign. Many thanks. .

I'm sure it will Ian, the fact is many, many images are already pilfered from sites like this in the knowledge that pursuance in the courts isn't usually something amateurs would enter into for cost and time reasons alone. To see copyright treated as is suggested by the Act will be seen as a green light for downloading without fear of action. Cheers,


Yes KC it is like that all around this area with 25% gradients being the norm. Those same hills though are what makes the place so interesting and that undulating landscape is why the place is also rife with waterfalls many of which adorn my collection :o). Many thanks !


I agree Neil, they couldn't have come at a better time or be more fitting to the scene to be honest with the exception of a farmer leading sheep through the scene. The reason I asked the question was because as you see from this the wider scene allows better placement of the main elements and allows a long narrow sweep of road rather than a hefty chunk up front which was necessary with the opting to do a square crop. Note also the tweaks made to the road surface to break up it's previously plain appearance.

Kind regards and best wishes to you all, Sam :o)


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