Ha! The local constabulary would think twice about pulling you over for exceeding the speed limit!
That's a lot of snow!! I'm sure it will re-appear in a few days/weeks!!
Nice looking path ... also makes for a classic composition as well. Thanks for sharing!!
Very nice series ... I especially like #3. You'd think with rain every day I'd have a few like this ... but I never think to try one!! I'm putting it on my to-do list!!Metro; technically the local subway, but rather elevated by the time it gets to Wallsend. (Partly because the line goes up, partly because the land goes down).
Whenever I'm on the freeway, I sometimes wish my car/truck was armored and had tracks. It would be so much fun ...
How interesting ... I had never heard of this ship before and, after looking it up, learned quite a lot.One of the more famous means of transport is Turbinia, built by Sir Charles Parsons, and shown off to the embarrassment of the Royal Navy at Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Naval Review in 1897. She's currently on display at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle
Totally agree. Whenever I start missing the wide open spaces of the West, I'll read one of the "Longmire" series. Suddenly, I'm back driving a lonely two-lane on the way to a ranch ...
Cheers KenHow interesting ... I had never heard of this ship before and, after looking it up, learned quite a lot.
BTW - is this a "full size" ship or a model? With the people on the far right, the ship looks pretty small ... or maybe it's just the angle?
I like both of the images, but I think I prefer the B&W version.
Thanks for sharing!!