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Discussion in 'Europe Wide Visa Discussions' started by Heathen, Jul 25, 2020.
They are pretty impressive.
yeah--@Mattecube tried that too--with the same result (http://www.british-filipino.com/index.php?threads/coronavirus-in-the-uk.18220/page-82)
doncha just hate it when that happens.
Shoot. I didn’t notice that.
You have some really great photos there John!
Are these taken with your old camera?
Last time I was there was August 2005, that was a fantastic drive.
a bit blurred
the little man in the bottom left corner is scaled (based on average height)
These Falkirk Kelpies are very impressive.
Last and most favourite of our NC500 photos summer 2020
Bottom pic looks fantastic, hauntingly atmospheric.
Thanks, Taken about 2pm
This shipwreck has become known as the Corpach Wreck, however, her real name is MV Dayspring. Built in 1975, she was an old fishing vessel that was moored at Kinlochleven Pier in 2001. Unfortunately in 2011, a heavy storm caused a chain to fail and she ran aground and has been there ever since
The beach shot is at Durness isn't it, I've stopped there when I did that route in 2004.
Time to start planning this years trips!
As soon as Canada drops the quarantine I am off for a month.
We are planning 2 trips a month long each one 1. France to Spain going through the Samport Tunnel and then later in the year France Italy going over The Alps
Alps sounds good, I love the alps in Austria, really nice trip by the sound of it