Return to Camera Page | View our previous Guestbook


GuestBook
http://www.worldlink.ie
Pages : [<<] [<] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] (10) [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [>] [>>]
Name Comment's
Mike L





IP logged
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





IP logged
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


IP logged
posted: 29.07.2016 22:25

BUMMER!



Post---no go.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


IP logged
posted: 29.07.2016 22:19

Again.

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

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


IP logged
posted: 29.07.2016 22:17

test-test-test
Mike L





IP logged
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


IP logged
posted: 28.07.2016 12:27

Good morning (here) all,



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





IP logged
posted: 28.07.2016 10:27

Test test
S.O.Muiri





IP logged
posted: 24.07.2016 09:33

Seems the scammers have no problems posting .Lost two posts to cyber land.
S.O.Muiri





IP logged
posted: 23.07.2016 05:17

Test. Test. Test
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged
posted: 21.07.2016 09:12

Na O Muirithe abu, aris
G Ni Muiri





IP logged
posted: 20.07.2016 09:12

Abair é aris ! aris !

Thanks for that link S.

I will look it up . there are many at our Zoo but only one on \"duty\" a lot of young ones very playful plus it was a very hot day some were indoors !
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged
posted: 20.07.2016 08:56

The O Muiris abu
S.O.Muiri





IP logged
posted: 20.07.2016 05:19

Meercats are just fascinating to watch. Meercat Manor was a great insight in to their very complex and social lifestyle. Can be watched via u tube.
Tony Howe

Location:
USA - Florida


Send E-Mail IP logged
posted: 14.07.2016 17:45

Hi to the Mother Country
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Tony

You are very welcome
Mike L





IP logged
posted: 14.07.2016 06:23

Hi Webbie. Thanks for my pic on POD today. The \"urban\" foxes in this part of the world have become more bold of late and quite regularly venture out in the light. I have had a family of foxes playing in the back garden before now. I think our garden is en route to and from a food source and their den!
Mr. Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged
posted: 13.07.2016 16:40

Just a test to see if it lets me post.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged
posted: 10.07.2016 10:22

As Gaeilge
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Ceol an ghra
G Ni Muiri





IP logged
posted: 07.07.2016 09:57

Ni thuigim silim ???cén focal é as bearla ?

Also,Love your p o d today Mike L !
  
Webmaster-Comment: Silim - I think (she~lim)
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged
posted: 07.07.2016 09:11

Nil siad ann fos
S.O.Muiri





IP logged
posted: 06.07.2016 12:38

Ta siad ag teacht.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged
posted: 06.07.2016 05:13

Ta siad ar an Leabhar Aghaidh - silim.



An bhfhuil aon pictiuiri agat os na Stait Aontaithe.
S.O.Muiri





IP logged
posted: 06.07.2016 03:54

Where have all the GBers gone?
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged
posted: 04.07.2016 12:24

Happy Independence Day

to all our American friends
Mike L





IP logged
posted: 01.07.2016 15:44

Thanks Webbie for posting the pic today on POD. The Shires and Clydesdale horses at the Shire Horse farm in Cheshire are magnificent. Alistair who runs the farm with Janet have had several prize winning horses. For such huge animals they are very gentle - unless they get upset!! - then you want to be well clear. For a \"townie\" like me, it is a real education to be able to get so close to these very powerful but very graceful horses.