Sorry about the radio silence there....
I have been out and about and thought I would just give a little taster of where I have been.
(You can click on the picture to make it bigger)
Beautiful!Looks strangely familiar *g*
Stunning. I am guessing Scandinavia?
Third attempt to leave a comment. I think you're just deleting them. Bastard.Word==Soolu :)
Norfolk? As in Norfolk and good?Good to see you back on the air!JJ
Could be anywhere from Scotland to Patagonia as far as I can see but wherever it is I want to go there!
On further consideration it can't possibly be Scotland: there's blue in the sky and pretty flowers in the (very lush, green) grass. Come to think of it, it looks a bit girly.
superb! can't wait to find out :)
Wow. The sort of photograph I'd expect on a Postcard. (Except there's no beautiful flowers or damsel in distress on the edge of a precipice...)Fabulous.
I am going to stick my neck out and say Croatia or the lower slopes of Andorra.
that's not the walk to your localgreat photo
Great photo Alan. Where've you been? Ta-ta's in the Tatra's? Welcome home!
wherever it is, those hills look very scary. beautiful but scary.
Beautiful but scary indeed. Mordor is an unusual choice, but a bold one. Now, don't slip that ring on your finger again!Your dark lordElpus.
It's been a while since I last visited but I recognise Narnia anyday!
Stunning picture! I'm going to guess that it's somewhere in Patagonia.
I'll second Andorra...
I'm not having any luck guessing the picture but I am glad to see you're back - it seems everyone is away having adventures so it's been very quiet. I'm still in Yorkshire playing the 'waiting' game - 10 days to go now to d day!
Wonderful photo........come on spill the beanz......
Well then. All very flattering comments (except, of course la petite porcelette :-) ) Suffolk & Norfolk would be the usual stomping ground at this time of year, but Dave H gets the prize for being the closest (not in geographical terms but for the way in which we scaled the heights that particular day.... by cable car *blush*...)The Odyssee (Alan) & Faraz were the closest geographically, as we were in the Pyrenees, for a bit of an emotional break, walking a section of the Haute Route.There will be more to come on this fabulous place. Have I mentioned beer yet? No. But there was lots of it in the most breathtakingly beautiful place I have ever seen in my life.
/"...in the most breathtakingly beautiful place I have ever seen in my life..."Wanda will be happy to hear you describe her interior in such enthusiastic terms :)
I wasn't too far away was i. We are both looking forward to reading your review and seeing the photo's. And i think i can now taste a beer coming on. Cheers.
wow that photo is amazing when you click on it and make it bigger :-)but somehow i dont think its in Norfolk lol
And I thought it looked like Fen Drayton, or near Cauterets!
Glad to see you've ventured deep into the unknown, Alan. It looks to me a little like the Cirque d'Espingo, but I may be mistaken as there are no marmots visible in the picture!Careful now! That area is addictive. (Slavering in anticipation of your report.)
I know exactly where that is (which might provide others with a clue). Do I get a prize !!!
I think Jack & Andy are correct. It was just above Cauterets - we sneaked up though the clouds in the cable cars into wonderful sunshine.I know I keep saying it, but there will be more on our trip later1
Great pic, old chap!
U gonna blog sometime, or what?word= DEILAYIv apt ;-)
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