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I love to walk the lanes and streets of the local villages, with my camera in hand. I will upload the more interesting photos for others to see, I am a just an old retired guy that takes pleasure in the simple things in life . I have just started to take more interest in some of the great photos by others. As you may tell from my photographs I am just a amateur, we all have to start sometime .The main thing I enjoy taking the photos and like to think that I will improve with time. My favourite subjects are Trees, old Victorian buildings and there chimneys, I also find village Churches and there surroundings so interesting. So I have started a small group album just dedicated to The Village church.

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thank you so much for every one, thank you for your kind visit for your comments

Hello Rosa, I see the rhea has been spotted at a golf course in Herts! LOL. Cheers, Joe

António Dias

Hello António, it is typical, buildings from different era's! Thank you for your like and kind words. Best wishes...hugs, Rosa.

gordo1958

They also have the village stores in there Paul....The plinth is on wheels. That could be another money spinner...horse rides around the car park! Cheers, Rosa.

Hi Tony The good weather helps ,I spent a good few walking around Ironbridge. Thanks for theYS/1 feedback. Regards Bob

Wonderful sculpture, Rosa! Great photo! LIKE. Warm greetings. Hugs. António

K@rin

I was really pleased to find it Karin. It is apparently very well used and as you say...long may it remain so :) Thanks for your like.

Best wishes, Rosa.

Nick Weall

That's OK Nick...I was so excited to see it....sad or what!! :)

All the best, Rosa.

Hello Petr Almost, thanks for the L/1 feedback. Regards Bob

Hi Petr Its the oldest Chestnut that I have ever seen,thank you for the L/1 vote. Regards Bob

Hi Petr Plenty to see at Staunton and some interesting trees, thanks for the YSL feedback. Regards Bob

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