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Discussion in 'Photos & Video' started by Holly Saunders, Mar 6, 2016.
Beautiful kids, and those blue eyes
Oh Karen, she's beautiful! The Maltese are tiny too aren't they? I saw one at the boardwalk and she was full grown and about 5 lbs
My s-i-l ( A top dog trainer)...putting our family Dobie through his guard dog training...
Leadenhall Market London....
I love this.market it still has an olde worlde charm about it...
I took this photograph about 12 or more years ago...
...and if you look at images on google you'll see nothing has changed, in fact it looks even nicer IMO
Grassy ass mi amiga...
That is an amazing "catch" Holly!! Getting the focus on the action is not easy!
@Holly Saunders , love the Market! That's the type of thing I like to do on vacations.
I am in love!
This a broken down old cart that was in the field close by.....and the original photo I took of it
...and this is where I aged it to look a hundred years old...
My Honey and the beauty of his "green thumb"
I took these pictures during a boat trip on the Firth of Forth, on the east coast of Scotland. We visited Bass Rock, a small island, but one that is important for seabirds, particularly the huge colony of gannets.
Very nice @Tom Locke do they have caverns in Bass Rock?
Very possibly, but I can't give a definitive answer. The island is for birds only, so the only people that set foot there are nature wardens, etc.
I remember this afternoon by a fountain in the centre of Bratislava, taking photos of water and fountains has always fascinated me.
Bratislava is definitely a place that has a plethora of photo opportunities. There are lots of weird and wonderful sculptures, including the "manhole cover" and the Napoleonic soldier.
The pictures of Bratislava posted by Terry and me made me think about street sculpture. I think sculptures add a bit of fun and character to a place, but we don't seem to go for them much in the UK. I was reminded of one of the few in Edinburgh and since I knew I'd be walking past it yesterday, I took a photo. The sculpture is a recognition of the brewing industry in the west of Edinburgh. There used to be several breweries, but the tradition lives on at the Caledonian Brewery, still operating in that part of the city.
My grandbaby going to pick all those pretty "flowers"...