Truely GRIM yet beautiful. I can hear 8 cylinders burbling away just by looking at the bonnet. (oops sorry HOOD as t'other David would now say!)
Ladies feet are a very good APERITIF.
Gotcha'..on that Geoff....''nah'..I can't imagine you being petrified''....perhaps..more...'realistically aware' !!.....When you mention 'Crackpot'....I thought you were referring to my mental state !..heh heh ..../....This area of.. 'Stoney Middleton' ..is still popular today..with cavers and potholers ... as a youth we would do the nearby disused lead mine seams...looking back..it scares me to death...they were such a squeeze... Someone once remarked when I was leading.. if I suddenly died.....the only way out for them...would be to start eating me from behind..!!....Eee by eck !..that made me laugh.../...Keep good and 'Cheers' from Dj.
Thanks for taking a look here...'Fabrizio'....this point is truly the 'last' piece of coastline of Europe.....from here on....is only sea.
Howdy....Fabrizio.....thanks for taking a look see...here...all the best from Dj...UK.
Thanks again....Roger...yes this formation occurred only briefly....and was dependant upon the air temp-movement on the day.....bad luck if youv'e paid to go up there for the views....but then again.. that's also happened to us..on trips out...at some time or other.....Cheers from...Dj..UK
Me neither Petteri!!!!!
Many thanks to you ....'Herb'...and...'Roger'..../....All the best from Dj...UK.
John Bunyan, 1628-1688, the English Christian writer and preacher and the author of The Pilgrim's Progress, was born in the Bedfordshire village of Elstow. The Moot Hall stands in isolation on the village green and the timber-framed building was originally built in the 15th century to serve as a courtroom and market house. It is now owned and cared for by Bedford Borough Council which operates it as a museum illustrating 17th century English life with exhibitions of antique furniture and information relating to John Bunyan.
See previous pic.