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Kitties

Pumpkin, my 15 lb, cat and her playmate, Bubalina.

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Malham cove

English Niagara falls - but without the water. Approximately 80M high by 300M wide.

by wonko3fc
Malham cove

Traditional crossing of streams etc. N. Yorkshire

by wonko3fc
South Wales

Going Fishing. Leaving the Cardiff Bay Barrage, 0800hrs, 06Jan2002.

by brymorg
South Wales

Cardiff Bay, looking North with sight of the Millenium Stadium .

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South Wales

Cardiff Bay Barrage, from Cardiff Bay Yacht Club

by brymorg
Symonds Yat

Photo's from Symonds Yat and Goodridge Castle this weekend. (11-12/Nov/06)

by wonko3fc
Canals & Waterways

Yes, you can! -- put two narrowboats through a lock on the Grand Union at one time. I stopped to photograph this because I thought it couldn't be done. I think that this was actually two couples travelling together and trying to minimize the time n..(more)

by jvmorris
Canals & Waterways

Teddington Lock -- Take the footpath up the Thames between Richmond and Kingston-on-Thames. A pleasant enough walk, punctuated only by the Teddington Lock complex and the weir. Not all that impressive, is it? Ahhh, but the secret lies across the fo..(more)

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Pubs

And sometimes you find a beautiful little pub in a truly obscure location. The Fox is up a footpath from the Grand Union where the Brent enters the canal. No foxes, but lots (and I mean LOTS of dogs). Watch where you put your feet and enjoy a pint..(more)

by jvmorris
Canals & Waterways

Hanwell Locks, the bottom of the staircase along the Grand Union before the Brent enters. There are three locks in rapid succession here. Jan 2005, complete with Christmas decorations!

by jvmorris
Canals & Waterways

Lockkeeper's house and locks, about one-half mile below TopLock on the Grand Union. Sort of isolated. Jan 2005

by jvmorris
Canals & Waterways

Toplock and lockkeeper's establishment on the Grand Union as the canal comes up from the Thames. Jan 2005

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Wildlife

And there's wildlife in London, even where you might least expect it. Along the Grand Union Canal, Dec 2004

by jvmorris
Pubs

And the kids manage to keep themselves occupied! Learning those important social skills for the years to come.

by jvmorris
Pubs

In a REAL neighborhood pub, you find real people -- people with kids and dogs; you find low ceilings (usually bowed); you find a pleasant garden, often shaded in the summertime. The Plough, Dec 2004.

by jvmorris
Pubs

When visiting a pub, observe the proprieties -- or the proprietors in action, your choice. The Plough is the pub in Norwood Green. There's a more 'genteel' pub in Osterley, but I never got any photos of that one.

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London

The green fields ... of London. Yes, they do exist. This is part of Osterley Farms about 40 meters off the M4 and well within the M25. Norwood Green, with a very nice little pub and St. Mary's is just beyond the treeline.

"A great image, but seemed real.."
"I think this old CRT monitor o.."
"Uh-ohhhh, now I see what it wa.."


by jvmorris

Scenery

The river Ouse, York.

by PC Doc 54
Scenery

York Minster in the distance.

by PC Doc 54
York Minster

From the end of October 2005, for about a week, select York attractions were bathed in a light show that was breathtaking to say the least. I was lucky enough to be there and caught this shot of the Minster. It was better live as the colors changed a..(more)

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York

I don't know much about the building but I saw the way the entire structure bows in the middle, and the angles of the glass in the windows, and had to take a picture!

by PC Doc 54
The Shambles

One of the best preserved medieval streets in Europe. In places, you can almost spread your arms and touch the buildings on both sides of the street.

by PC Doc 54
York Minster

York Minster, the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe, towers over the city.

by PC Doc 54
The Kings Arms

The river frequently floods ... I have another photo of this same pub with water lapping at the ground floor windows!

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Scenery

Micklegate Bar, one of the gates into York city center, built by the Romans over 2000 years ago, you could live in the rooms above the gates ... rent was about 10 cents a year ... ahh, the good old (1196 to 1212) days! Oh yeah, and traitors heads we..(more)

by PC Doc 54
Shropshire

The Long Mynd, looking west across the Strettons from the foot of Caer Caradoc, Sep 2005. That's on the agenda for this coming year also.

"If it wasn't for the second tr.."
"Yes, I know, John. I had to w.."
"Just looking throught your pic.."


by jvmorris

Shropshire

Caer Caradoc, looking north from east of Church Stretton, Sep 2005. Next year, I climb it.

by jvmorris
Lake District

Langdale Beck, between Dungeon Ghyl and Chapel Stile

"Nice one!.."


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The Great Outdoors

My viw from home in Chertsey Surrey.

by NeO_JAW
Car

2 Wicked Dodge Vipers and a new Ford GT

by NeO_JAW
Car

Me at work with Brand New Ford GT

by NeO_JAW
India

Another shot by the pool at night

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India

Hotel and pool by night

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Amsterdam



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Camperdown Dundee

View From Camperdown Boating Lake.

by Stevanh
Camperdown Dundee

Tyre Swing At Camperdown Park

by Stevanh
Camperdown Dundee

Stevan

"What a cutie. Your boy hyper-f.."


by Stevanh