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photoblog image Around Copper Mill, Harefield

Around Copper Mill, Harefield

Around Copper Mill, Harefield

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Lots of that wet stuff around at the mo :-(
Martin Robbins: Plenty still, but hopefully change is coming
  • Lisl
  • Batheaston, England
  • 19 Feb 2014, 06:21
In happier days, Martin - I expect this is a roaring torrent now
Martin Robbins: I'm sure Elisabeth, I took this in early January and it was swollen then
  • Chris
  • England
  • 19 Feb 2014, 06:35
Very nice: those look like company or estate houses
Martin Robbins: I think they must be Chris, there's been a mill of one kind or another in this area for centuries......thanks smile
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 19 Feb 2014, 07:02
Any time I see water these days from your neck of the woods, Martin, I wonder if everyone is safe! Please say it's so.
Martin Robbins: We are fortunate Ginnie, but it has felt a little too close to home; conditions have been extreme........thanks Ginnie smile
A river and no flood...unusual
Martin Robbins: This was taken back in early January. At the time I did worry that I wouldn't be able to pass by; I haven't returned to see how things are now. Thanks Bill smile
a fine view point and looks very serene. i wonder if these days it is the same?
Martin Robbins: I'm not sure Ayush, I may venture there over the next week to see. Thanks smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 19 Feb 2014, 10:45
From the other comments you seem to live where there is a lot of water. In a sense you must enjoy it, as so many of your pics include water. Most of the time water brings a feeling of calm and rest, like when you sit next to it with a pole and line - but other times water can impress with its might.
Martin Robbins: I do enjoy the surrounding waterways and I'm fortunate enough to live far or high enough not to have been affected by the floods - I count myself lucky! Thanks Louis smile
That looks a nice spot Martin, pre the floods no doubt.
Martin Robbins: It's a nice area to walk and relax, thanks Brian smile
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 19 Feb 2014, 12:50
At one time, living so close to water was quite an appealing idea. I think a few people are now having second thoughts.
Martin Robbins: I think you're right Alan, it must be heart breaking to be flooded as so many are and for so long.
Very nice capture Martin! I presume it is flooded these days...
Martin Robbins: I'm not sure whether it's flooded, I'll have to make a visit soon........thanks Richard smile
Beautiful and Stunning Martin! fabulous!
Martin Robbins: Thank you Ronky!
  • Gutteridge
  • Where latitude and aittitude meet
  • 19 Feb 2014, 19:35
That is quite a long straight terrace Martin.
Martin Robbins: Yes, I think they were built as workers cottages.......thanks Chad smile
SO nice with the blue water and the blue sky.
Martin Robbins: Pleased you like it Jacquelyn; this was taken early in January, when the winter light softened everything smile

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