Photo-a-Day (Saturday, 4th July, 2020)
When I first saw this photo I knew it was micks.
Mick, good photo and choice of subjects. One thing that I can't understand is, why you knock Top Lock so much and yet show it in its beauty. This area is as nice as anywhere and this pic proves it. Well done Mick !
Walt I never knock top lock are anywhere else for that matter, I just make genuine positive comments.
I think if there any knocking going on its you, getting over exited and over praising some photos of Aspull
I thought it was Mick's pic as well... There's usually a 'run' of them...could be the three bears tomorrow.
Spot on the chap from Yorkshire, and your place is beautiful.
What on earth is happening with these comments?.. It's very annoying..
Mick - no one can over praise Aspull. It is beyond comparison. Average places, Shevington for instance, are easily over praised!
Veronica it might be a bowl of Quaker Oats.
Nice photo Mick - I can almost hear the bikers rolling For'ard. I've also imagined the solitary bird some distance high, which in a funny sort of way, just wouldn't fit.
As I said in an earlier comment. We know when it's Mick's photo as there is always a run of them. It might be the three bears tomorrow. What is happening to the comments???
Mick, one thing I never do is get over exited at the photos of Aspull, I genuinely enjoy all photos no matter where, its just that some are more pleasing on the eye than others. I do however try to use wording that does not upset or offend anyone, shouldn't we all.
Ive noticed we never had these fans of Aspull when my old mate owd Ron photos were PADs, its only lately that they have started to appear.
Is it just me or are we all getting comments at the rate of one letter per line?
Exited ? . God help us!. Time the schools reopened!
A nice photo, thanks Mick.
There’s a lovely vlog of Goldi-Locks descending the Flight alongside another narrowboat. (From 3:30 onwards):
Thanks JoAnne Ive just watched it, BTW Foxes afloat gay men Sean and Colin have just lost their dog Dillion, they are on the River Thames down in Oxfordshire now