I'm not sure Kenneth but I'm thinking summer has been cancelled here. It rains and rains and rains and today we had a high of 65F for goodness sake!
I'm sick of taking green and yellow water-falls (we have lots as you can guess) so this rare dawn and some lightning has been it!
Many thanks for your kind comment and sorry for the rant - David
interest rates in the 16th century: http://www.historyworld.net/wrldhis/PlainTextHistories.asp?ParagraphID=idu
"Interest rates at the time are never less than 12% per annum. And when a loan has to be raised urgently, the 16th-century banker is often able to negotiate a rate of as high as 45%"
SORRY **JMMY AGAIN A Y
Original y divertida! Like + Fav.
Thanks Richard Actually I was stood up on the top of a double-decker bus and, yes, it was on the bridge!
Très belle prise en noir et blanc
It's how the other half live Jim!! Anyway, it's an insurance job from last winter's storms, which must be a relief.
Beautiful place.Good photo.Like.Greetings,Mirjana
Ah! You've been down "That London"!!
I love panos and this is a good shot I've never seen before.
Hi Jens and thank you for the visit. I must not be getting notifications and I did not mean to ignore you. This mill located in a small Georgia town, is all things German. I think the mill when built was once functional, however it has been allowed to evolve into only a part of the scenery now and is so grown up that you can't get to it now. You're correct, no wind can power it now. Pardon me now while I go visit your gallery.