Roger (Grisly)'s photos

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18 Jul 2022

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The North Sea.

This is the North of Scotland at Staxigoe Harbour on the Caithness east coast. The name comes from the Norse "the inlet of the stack", I now have the PC back up and running, but have as yet to get all my images loaded. So I continue to work from the recent archives. HFF and a good weekend.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,Large perhaps

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05 Feb 2020

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From the past,

Having issues with Microsoft so-called updates, I now have the PC going, next job is to find and reload my images, but some progress has been made. Therefore, another older image but not as old as the ladies attire would suggest, This is the end of the breakwater wall at Lyme Regis In the County of Dorset on a misty morning, I have no idea why they were dressed this way but it added something to the image! HWW,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A large view may be rewarding

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03 Nov 2018

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Dressed in a Hurry

Having issues with Microsoft so-called updates, and I am unable to access my images at the present time, Therefore, a blast from the past, I have an appointment in the morning will catch up later. A colourful shopper, but the guy in the shop doorway looks unimpressed, Fore Street, Bridgwater. ,,,,,,,,, HBM and a good week!

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10 May 2023

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Cloud Topped.

The cloud topped Ben Ledi, 2943 ft (897.03 m) as a backdrop to this capture from the tourist town of Callander. Ben Ledi is the highest mountain in the main part of the Trossachs, an area often regarded as having some of the most romantic scenery in the Highlands. It forms a part of the Grampian Mountain range and is classed as a Corbett, These are Mountains in Scotland between 2500 and 3000 feet high, with at least 500 feet of descent on all sides. Large perhaps!,,,,,,,,,,,,, HFF and a good weekend!

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10 May 2023

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Wallace Tower

The Wallace Monument) is a 67 m (220 ft) tower on the shoulder of the Abbey Craig, a hilltop overlooking Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, a 13th- and 14th-century Scottish hero. Captured on a dull and rainy day,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, a large view may help the detail,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, HWW!

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10 May 2023

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Before the Storm!

Eas Gobhain and Garbh Uisge are rivers that join here and form the River Teith, this in turn flows into the River Forth. This is Callander on the edge of Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park with a storm brewing, A large view perhaps..

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07 Aug 2023

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Somerset Levels.

One of the many sluice gates that control water levels on the Somerset Levels, this is the King's Sedgemoor Drain at the Greylake Sluice. This man made 10.5-mile (16.9 km) channel of the King's Sedgemoor Drain was completed in 1795, In mid-2008, an eel-pass was installed at Greylake Sluice, consisting of an open-topped metal channel, fitted with bristles on its base, which allows glass eels returning from the Sargasso Sea to wiggle their way past the sluice. The channel is equipped with an infra-red camera, to allow the movement of eels to be monitored during the night. Preferable Large!..................HFF!

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10 May 2023

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Easy River!

River walls and a bridge, This is the river Teith at Callander which flows into the River Forth and the Bridge carries the A81 Road and the National cycleway Number 7, Large view recommended,,,,,,,,,,,HWW!

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07 May 2023

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Seats Across the Harbour!

Benches along the sea wall and fishing gear surrounds the working harbour at Crail, in Fife. Taken on a misty afternoon in 16.9 format, therefore a large view would be appreciated, HBM.
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