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S.O.Muiri





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posted: 04.09.2016 16:06

Cats beaten by better side. Great game.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 04.09.2016 09:36

No Cats or Tipps about O Sheas yet.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 04.09.2016 09:34

Indeed many people will have memories of crossing those straits many moons ago. God help you if you were not lucky enough to disembark first off the ferry. Artics or coaches were the hatred of car drivers. The hills were so steep and the old winding roads so narrow, you were as well to pull over for a kip before enduring the haul.And dont even think about it in snow and ice. Thankfully the roads network has vastly improved in later years.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 04.09.2016 08:23

Thanks for the bridge pics - it is a nice theme, especially with the older bridges. So any other nice bridge pics please send.



Posting in the guestbook is still a hit and miss affair. For this I am sorry but do not have a remedy so far.
Mike L





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posted: 04.09.2016 06:17

The last pic from me in the \"battle of the bridges\".

The Telford and Stephenson bridges across the Menai Straits will be familiar to travellers to and from England and Ireland. They are vital road and rail links to and from Holyhead. After nearly two hundred years they provide a lifeline from the mainland to Anglesey.
Mike L





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posted: 04.09.2016 06:13

Thanks Webbie for the pic
Mike L





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posted: 01.09.2016 06:30

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today on POD. This lovely bridge is from the 17 Century and is reputedly to have been built by Inigo Jones. It is only wide enough to allow for single file traffic and provides a good spot for views over the town and also up the valley towards Snowdonia. There is also a lovely old Courthouse on the far side of the bridge which is now a famous Tea Room - which I have posted before in Autumn covered in a Virginia creeper.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 29.08.2016 19:10

Interesting plates used for the cross pinning of bridge.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 27.08.2016 06:35

The Battle of the Bridges.
Mike L





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posted: 26.08.2016 06:29

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today. The old Dee bridge is the oldest crossing of the Dee in Chester and dates back to the very early days of settlement there. History dates this bridge to 1280. Almost 500 years later it was deemed \"too narrow and dangerous\" to cope with all the traffic that used the bridge. It was the main link into Wales from Chester. It is a Grade 1 listed structure.

Eventually a wider bridge was built, but the old Dee bridge, with its links to the walls is a favourite.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.08.2016 22:18

Lovely pic Mike - thanks.
Mike L





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posted: 24.08.2016 06:25

Thanks for posting my pic on POD today. Chester is a city full of interesting buildings some of which date to historic times in our country. This building in White Friars is hidden away from the usual tourist trails and dates back to the 17th century.
Joel Breiner

Location:
USA - Georgia


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posted: 18.08.2016 02:09

Traveling to Ireland. Wondering what to bring to wear this season.

  
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Jeans, sweaters and umbrella.....from a male perspective.
Ringo

Location:
USA - Hawaii


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posted: 17.08.2016 21:19

Test, test, test
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 16.08.2016 01:25

Known as the supply bridge. This point is the summit of our canal. It is the feeder supply from Lough Owel. Renowned public bathing area in times past.
Mike L





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posted: 13.08.2016 06:25

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today on POD. It was just one of those moments when something just makes you smile. This pair were deep in discussion about something or other oblivious to everything that was going on around them.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 10.08.2016 04:30

.Very amoosing mural.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 08.08.2016 12:51

Another summer nearly gone. Days becoming noticeably shorter and a little cooler.
  
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Where oh where
Cleek
Mike L





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posted: 02.08.2016 05:51

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today on POD. Hope the Bank Holiday weekend went well

I am not sure of the technical term for sea holly but it is a very striking colour against the grasses. As part of the regeneration of the beach and prom in Colwyn Bay, there was some work done on the planting of borders. This appeared as part of one of those borders.
S.O.Muiri





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posted: 30.07.2016 04:22

I am resorting to select all, copy. Then I try to post. If it then fails at least I have a copy to paste and try later.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.07.2016 22:25

BUMMER!



Post---no go.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.07.2016 22:19

Again.

Looks like my last testing post went thru. Trying it again.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 29.07.2016 22:17

test-test-test
Mike L





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posted: 29.07.2016 06:30

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today on POD. We have been lucky to have some good weather - albeit very limited - this summer, so far. On the River Conwy this tourist craft was making its way upstream on a hot, hazy afternoon. It almost looks as though it is making its way through a mist or sea fog.

Brought to mind Matt Munro singing about those \"lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer\"
Lesley

Location:
Canada - Ontario


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posted: 28.07.2016 12:27

Good morning (here) all,



Lovely pic on cam 5 today. Made me smile. Have a nice day everyone