THAT is a lovely photo. Thanks. :-)
Thanks, Karen. Glad you like it :-)
Hi Tinsie....thaks for saying Hi...I love this photo....so much information and content...really great...going to catch up on some of your other posts...
Hi Tinsie! Sorry for the long delay in coming here, but the last two weeks were too hectic!Great Full Moon!!Happy for not seeing food pictures; my diet is already ruined... ;))Meanwhile Blogtrotter is back to Greece in November 2007 and waits fior your comments! Hope you enjoy and have a great weekend!
When I was in London I saw double deckers but I haven't tried them.
@ Mandi: Thanks for the comment. Glad you like the photo :-)@ GMG: I must say, I'm gutted that you don't appreciate my food photos. Sniff :-(@ Ropi: They're good fun - you get a different perspective from the top deck.
you live in my absolutely most favorite city in the world - i went to london twice nearly 20 years ago, now i've been as of late two years in a row in early spring with my family (hubby and 2 kids) we really love london and want to come again some time soon
I know what you mean! I first came to London nearly 20 years ago and fell in love with it straight away :-)
I just love the movement of the bus in this shot.But hey, WW pal, I'm on WW 35! I think you'll have to do a little catching up if we want to hit 50 the same week...maybe you could post two over each of the next Wednesdays or something like that?
Oh no! You're ahead!! Don't you have any holiday planned in the coming weeks/months? Like, where there are no PCs?I suppose I could double-post, but wouldn't that be cheating?
I don't see why? Just do a WW 33 then on the same day a separate post WW 34...or maybe I could skip a few in December (but not November since I'm doing NaBloPoMo.)Actually we could do one of each -- you could double post once and I could skip one and we could mention why. That could pique interest in our 50th event, whatever that could be (I actually have an idea for that...)
Ah, nice. What church is that, lurking behind the trees?
@ Betty: You're on!@ Per Stromsjo: It's just a local church (St John's). I like the spire poking through the trees.
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