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Explored Visions by GD


I enjoy reading the blogs by different members on here and I marvel at the presentation of the information that you all willingly share with us.

I am not computer savvy enough to have a website or a blog but quite often I make notes of things and places I read about and add them to a bucket list of visits.

I have found a presentation on a page on FaceBook of a blog of some extremely interesting places the author has been. His pictures are fantastic and so is the history he attaches to many of his posts.

I do apologise if this is in the wrong section, I was not sure of either in this sub forum or maybe I Digress?

Anyway for those who do participate in FaceBook have a look at his page, I find it very interesting.

In the search bar at the top of your Facebook Page type:

Explored Visions by GD.



-- Edited by Iva Biggen on Monday 2nd of December 2019 08:22:13 AM

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Linky,

www.facebook.com/exploredvisions/

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Great pics and having a Drone makes for exciting shots indeed.

I have driven both ways and also walked that sea bridge on the east coast of NSW. I also placed two padlocks in memory of my late wife and son there but probably gone now as I read somewhere that the amount of padlocks (thousands) were damaging the rails. I didn't think of that at the time.

I'm still tempted to get a drone myself.





Keep Safe on the roads and out there.

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Hi Doug,

I did read that they removed the padlocks due to weight requirements. Sad that many loose that memory.

I enjoy reading GDs posts and his pics are fantastic.
I have often considered a drone but I am concerned of the rules about their operation being so tight. I am worried I would make a mistake and get myself into trouble.

Take care

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Doug. My drone has been one of my best assets while travelling. When you get to Rutherglen I will bring it with me when I come for a visit and give you a full demo if you like.


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(Picture of my beloved Molly (2003 - 2016) who loved the travels as much as I do. RIP old girl. Gone but never forgotten).

 

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