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Webbie

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Ireland


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posted: 13.06.2016 16:07

....cams back again for another while I hope.



Deo gratias.
Mike L





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posted: 10.06.2016 07:21

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today. The building in a hamlet called Burton, close to Neston at the foot of the Wirral, was almost completely covered by the wisteria.

Neston has some very well regarded gardens which are open to the public and the whole area is blessed with fertile soil. Maybe explains the display!
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 06.06.2016 21:50

Steve - true.



Four cams stuck since 28 May - may get some results this week. Thanks for your message.
Steve Spain





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posted: 06.06.2016 21:25

Talbot Street needs to be current
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 06.06.2016 09:02

Bank Holiday in Ireland
  
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Mike L





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posted: 03.06.2016 14:34

I watched the cleek also Webbie and then, last night, on my way home as the sun was setting on a beautiful day, there were the guys in the fields still cutting and collecting the silage, trying to stretch the working day while the weather is so good.
G Ni Muiri





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posted: 02.06.2016 22:22

Thank you Webbie for cleek

Awesome watching the silage cut

While close to me we have to suffer the consequences of silage being spread !! A different story ! We keep our windows closed tightly ! Its necessary I know for farmers . Great cleek
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 01.06.2016 22:49

Have a look at silage making filmed from a quadcopter at the Hill of Uisneach, Mullingar, Ireland
  
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Cleek
Steve

Location:
USA - Nebraska


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posted: 31.05.2016 22:14

From Gretna, Nebraska...USA
Mr. Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 29.05.2016 22:55

Test Test
Annette





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posted: 27.05.2016 08:20

So far, so good………
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 27.05.2016 08:19

Well, Webbie, the problem is that I couldn’t rely on your site when I posted the last months. Many of my posts went to cyberspace. I know you try hard to get the GB running and maybe the problems are solved. I know it when this post appears and I will be back to a regular posting. Anyway, you are the one and only Webbie and we appreciate your work.

So, let’s test it and we see us later.

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 26.05.2016 21:56

It is becoming lonesome in here
  
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Mike L





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posted: 20.05.2016 07:32

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic. This terrace of houses is facing the beach at Crosby, near Liverpool. Like many places in the UK they are part of a scheme to maintain and protect the appearance of the buildings.
David Dingler

Location:
USA - Georgia


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posted: 20.05.2016 04:39

LOVE YOUR COUNTRY!
Mike L





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posted: 17.05.2016 07:19

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today. On September 24 last year you kindly posted a picture of the templates for this art installation as we were asked for our opinion on them. It is good to see the completion of the project with the figures and their shadows now part of the promenade,
G Ni Muiri





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posted: 15.05.2016 08:43

Thank you Webbie for pic on p o d and the cleek on Lough Derravaragh . Donore is where I took the photo and there I noticed the Majestic three story mansin Donore House has been demolished ! Cannot understand the reasoning it was such a landmark with a great history to it . Of course Lough Derravaragh is also where the children of Lir spent their 300 hundred years so the story goes ! There were four swans in residence this week .
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 14.05.2016 09:59

O ro mo bhaidin

nach bhfhuil ag snamh

ar an loch

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Lough Derravaragh
Mike L





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posted: 12.05.2016 07:43

Thanks Webbie for my pic today. I think I have said before that I am lucky to live fairly close to the coast and we get some fabulous sunsets. I was \"messing\" about trying to be a bit \"arty\" with the handrail and noticed the aircraft vapour trail up above. Should stick to doing things by chance!(he he)
Mike L





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posted: 10.05.2016 07:23

Hi Webbie. Thanks for posting my pic on POD today. I know you \"love\" these birds and the fact that they are so quiet and so tidy!!!! This one was calling for all it was worth on a post by the harbour. I thin I can still hear it!!

Hope all the Guestbookers are well and wonder if we will hear from any soon?
  
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Mike L





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posted: 06.05.2016 07:19

Thanks Webbie for posting my pic today on POD. This terrace of cottages in alongside the river in Bewdley.

Very beautiful but also prone to flooding! Just at the end of the terrace is a marker on the gable end showing the heights the flood waters reached in different years.

A good place to visit tho0ugh with lots of interesting bits and pieces.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 04.05.2016 13:36

Appropriate because of the day that is in it.
  
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Mike L





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posted: 04.05.2016 07:30

Hi Webbie and all on GB! Thanks for posting my pic today on POD. In the centre of Oxford this old building has been given a modern use by one of the coffee shop chains. The coffee shop is spread over several floors and different levels on the floors retaining the old character of the building.
James P. McFadden

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 03.05.2016 14:50

HELLO FROM PHILADELPHIA !!
Bird Watcher

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 28.04.2016 22:28

Birdies at feeder
  
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