From the woods our path goes left along the top of a dyke across the salt marsh. The lambs who graze on this salty bog are prized for their flavour.
We are not allowed to say dyke in the States, nice water retention mound ; ] best…jf
3 Dec 2011 5:42am
@ordinaryimages: I had a similar problem when iI was writing a chapter of a book. It was about painting technique and one of the colours I use is called Hooker's Green. Every time I typed it I got the wiggly underline which gave me the message that 'hooker' is slang and I should substitute it with the word prostitute. Bill Gates has a lot to answer for:)
3 Dec 2011 8:14am
3 Dec 2011 8:18am
So........do the roasting instructions say "no seasoning required"?
3 Dec 2011 9:13am
@Curly: add pepper and rosemary to taste:)
3 Dec 2011 9:35am
Superb landscape and a fabulous green !
3 Dec 2011 9:38am
I like the vibrant green seen with the big cloudy sky.
3 Dec 2011 10:44am
Like a Magritte painting, lovely.
3 Dec 2011 12:02pm
As a placid frame of a movie of love and peace ... An excellent and well-lit picture ... A large panoramic friend Best regards, Adela
3 Dec 2011 12:40pm
How beautiful this is ... and it looks like a Florida sky!
Re: grouser's comment, "no extra salt required!" ;D
3 Dec 2011 1:06pm
beautiful scene . great image
3 Dec 2011 1:23pm
Fine deep treatment of the foreground makes a great base for the beautiful clouds.
3 Dec 2011 4:15pm
Picking up on the conversation about USA/uk misunderstandings. I can remember, the look on my hosts faces when I was first in the USA and I innocently asked another smoker if I could "bum a fag", I still have to tell my USA guests(particularly the ladies), that they do not say things like "my fanny hurts" when they get off a plane!!!
3 Dec 2011 5:33pm
@CElliottUK: did they produce one for you? :)
Very pretty, and exceptionally well shot with plenty of expanse and feel.
3 Dec 2011 5:48pm
3 Dec 2011 8:51pm
Really gorgeous Grouser - love all the sky you included here.
4 Dec 2011 1:51am
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