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Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

As explained in last Thursday's post, the photograph gathering has been limited of late. thus you have today a few taken on the previous Friday when Aitch and I walked our little socks off to the other end of town - to visit the cemetery. Well, not actually visit it - but to notch up a geocache and stretch ourselves...










11 comments:

  1. Such a lovely walk! My knee and hip are still pretty shaky from the fall last winter. I can't wait until I can get out and about on the trials again! Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos of your glorious scenery! Makes me want to travel!

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  2. the tree has something what gives comfort....

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  3. Hi Yam - you obviously had a wonderful walk ... lovely day. Cemeteries are so interesting to walk around, or look in on ... lovely images of your part of the world - cheers Hilary

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  4. The sunshine and a friend and all this beauty, what could be better. I like that gate and of course I love anything old and made of stone.

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  5. Beautiful photos! My favorite is looking into the cemetery through the iron gate.

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  6. Bravo YAM what a beautiful day in Bonnie Land....such a pretty sky and I the street where you strolled
    Hugs Cecilia

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  7. Look at all that green in those photos! Did you know that humans can distinguish more shades of green than any other animals. How did anyone work that out? Or do you reckon it's just boastful thinking? Melting into puddles of grease over here, I'd give F's left arm for some lush cool greenery. Furrings and purrings Mr T

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  8. Just located Dunoon Cemetery on the map. That is indeed a good hike!
    Cheers, Gail.

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  9. We love seeing these views of your lovely city.

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  10. Thank you for sharing the walkabout with us. namaste, janice xx

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