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photoblog image (North Wales Notebook)  Beddgelert 3/5

(North Wales Notebook) Beddgelert 3/5

We had a weeks holiday in Porthmadog, North Wales in early September and so for the next few weeks I will be featuring a variety of images and collages, and a mix of subjects, which I hope you find entertaining.

 

Well as I said yesterday there are two flower stands made from old machines in Beddgelert and this is the other one parked on the river bank at the centre of the village.

(North Wales Notebook) Beddgelert 3/5

We had a weeks holiday in Porthmadog, North Wales in early September and so for the next few weeks I will be featuring a variety of images and collages, and a mix of subjects, which I hope you find entertaining.

 

Well as I said yesterday there are two flower stands made from old machines in Beddgelert and this is the other one parked on the river bank at the centre of the village.

comments (16)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 12 Jan 2011, 02:48
What an interesting and colourful creation this is.
Brian Walbey: Quite imaginative Ray.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 12 Jan 2011, 04:55
It tickles me to death to see things like this, so creative.
A wonderful scene with that bridge in the back.
I am looking forward to see your pictures.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Astrid.
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 12 Jan 2011, 07:07
Any time someone can be creative with some old and make something new out of it has my total respect and admiration, Brian. This creation is exceptionally charming.
Brian Walbey: I only saw it by accident, we hadn't planned to walk up that way but now I'm glad we did.
That's one advertising hoarding that enhances rather than ruins the view
Brian Walbey: Couldn't agree more Bill.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 12 Jan 2011, 07:41
I just noticed the "corate" advertising! I was trying to work out if it was some sort of figure in front of the display and it now looks like a cyclist?
Brian Walbey: Yes it is a dummy cyclist Alan, quite imaginative.
  • Chantal
  • Nederland
  • 12 Jan 2011, 08:23
Love the rural image here
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chantal.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 12 Jan 2011, 08:48
That's a charming bridge yonder Brian
Brian Walbey: Yes the other side of the one I posted on Monday Chris.
It pays to advertise,this is a real eye catcher
Brian Walbey: It is indeed Martin.
A nice way to display flowers, takes the old wheel barrow idea a little further.
Brian Walbey: But takes up a bit more room John smile
Very picturesque!!
Brian Walbey: It is indeed, thanks Marion.
Very amusing & creative way of displaying flowers. Love how they've left the grass grow longer in its wake. This looks like a very charming village, indeed, Brian.
Brian Walbey: It is a very charming village Beverly, a real tourist trap but not spoiled, if you know what I mean.
What a great bit of advertising, colourful and discreet.
Brian Walbey: It is indeed Sheila.
Ingenious!
Brian Walbey: Waste not, want not Tom.
Oh this is great.
Brian Walbey: I thought the same Chad.
They must have won a competition for their flowers at some stage, a good use of old machines smile
Brian Walbey: Waste not, want not seems to be in action here Linda.
You should see this this river when the winter snows melt
Brian Walbey: I bet it runs very fast indeed at that time Richard.

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