The sun is rising too late these past mornings to see the light on the mountain like this when I go for my morning walk Karin. Its getting cold too with the sun still below the horizon for my entire walk. Brrrrr. I guess I could go later and probably will in a few more weeks as winter draws closer.
Many thanks for the 'Like' . Thanks to their location these Pubs are a good place to sit and watch the comings and goings around the Harbour. Those of us that were born and raised locally are always waving the flag for the Portsmouth area because it has so much history...well worth a visit if you're intending to tour the country. Let me know, nearer the time, what your intentions are, and, if we're not away on holiday, we might be able to meet for a drink.
"It's no good getting old if you don't get crafty?"
df3vi, Many thanks...definitely a case of right place at the right time.
Hi Stuart, You're right about the scenery....nowhere nicer than Scotland when the sun is shining...but you have to be indoors by sundown, or the infsmous midges eat you alive! We've been forced to take shelter in a pub on several occasions....Regards Steve.
Glad you like it....and once again, thank you for the corrections on the NZ pictures. I took those pictures in 2008 and sometimes 'lose it' when looking for the exact location.
Hi Stuart, Cheers mate...always nice to know that I can lead people astray. Incidentally, if you would like to see a collection of photos on Panoramio that blows your socks off, then check out the gallery of Adam Salwanowicz, user no 588149. His pictures of Skye, Scotland....and various other parts of the world are just so much better than the rest of us....it's enough to make you weep.
Hi Gary, Couldn't agree more..although being a country boy at heart I still regard cities as something nice to dip into occasionally....always providing that nobody blocks the way out.
Hi Stuart, Nice to hear from you....regrettably no I didn't because we had a schedule to keep to....maybe next time?