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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Cheshire Ring North slideshow

Here is the Dropbox link to the slide show:

Appologies - Dropbox lost the file - it is now reinstated


Click on the first picture (not the File Data file) to enlarge and view as slideshow


AlanR said...

Good slideshow. I like the one of the Marple Viaduct.

Gayle said...

Enjoyed that set of photos - particularly the ones of 'not pretty things' that most people wouldn't have taken, but which give a good all-round feel for the route.

Even though it could have been taken anywhere, the one of the geese jumped out at me. They're standing so neatly!

Sir Hugh said...

Alan R - Thanks. My favourite was the strange failing light on the one of The Hilton hotel.


Gayle - The most un-pretty one taken by John of my bloody face was not published by him, but I admired his presence of mind to take it.

There was one other duck in the line which spoilt the composition and he was cropped out - I liked that one myself for the composition and the lighting. A few seconds later that light had gone and a photo then would have been meritless.

Phreerunner said...

Number 33 is very close to our house.
The rubbish is shameful. I really didn't think it was that bad. All familiar ground to me, as you'll be aware, frequently visited both on foot and on wheels.
A nice set of images. Thanks

Sir Hugh said...

Phreerunner - Rubbish, although fairly frequent was only in quantity in isolated spots.

No. 33 was one of the better surfaces. Elsewhere there was lots of squelchy mud.

gimmer said...

the file you are looking for has been moved or deleted
- maybe collected accidentally by the binmen
quo ?

Sir Hugh said...

JJ and gimmer - link now restored. I wasn't aware of anything I did to cause the glitch.