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Old Nov 9, 2011, 8:20 PM   #11
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Thanks for sharing. Those are quite nice, most specifically the bridge shot
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Old Nov 9, 2011, 10:36 PM   #12
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Simply not fair .. !! You know theres nothing like that here in O'l blighty .. Ken.. fab pics too!
It's just like the old back yard in Liverpool Harj.... Without the brick shithouse at the bottom of course.

Thanks for your comments guys, glad you enjoyed them. I appreciate the feedback.

I cobbled the bridge (#3) together out of left over lumber some 12 years or so back, as a short cut for my lawn mower. Surprised it's still standing.

First shot here was taken with the old OM2 16 years back when we bought the land. The stakes on the ridgeline are where the house is now.
The old stump was cut about 100 years ago and it just starting to rot out now.
The stump (or part of) and the small holly tree are featured in the next photo as well. Shot the other day. From the opposite direction. How things change and grow.
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...How things change and grow.
That's really true. When we bought the building that we turned into our Temple back in 1985, I bolted a weatherproof electrical box high up on a tree trunk for a spotlight. The wiring and the box are completely gone now - the tree assimilated them like the Borg.

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Like the Borg....I like that.

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