Albert Macfarlane

Lives in Canada Canada
Joined on Sep 18, 2009

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  • Unstable front crosses the coast. British Columbia. Canada. A bit removed from heavy metal.
  • Hi Randall, 0825 hrs just leaving Horseshoe Bay and still cold !
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  • Thanks Victor - you are correct. Alert Bay is a small village on Cormorant Island off the north coast of main Vancouver Island.  The English double decker buses were imported 30-40 years ago as a ...
  • Last clue: since these old English buses finished up in British Columbia, Canada (with their destination sign still indicating Lancashire), you must be alert to find where they lie.
  • Kjeld  -  I rounded it off.
  • Kjeld, If you Google British Columbia with this image, you can find the site.
  • Although Morecambe is a seaside resort in England, these buses got somewhat off route (They would appear to be genuine aged English buses, although now immobile). Google maps suggests they lie 7260 ...
  • Can't let my integrity be even more impugned. Max. -  check the trail on my mountain image I used about a week ago.  I never wrote or claimed that the mountain was in Colorado.
  • Victor, I am slightly upset (but only slightly) that you would impugn my intentions with my photo. In truth it is an unaltered image, taken with LensBaby glass, which accounts for the peripheral ...
  • My turn. Max has ruled that I can’t use Photoshop on my images to confuse fun seekers. Perhaps bus routes that finish up in Morecambe might provide a clue.
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    Pozzo di San Patrizio.
  • ? disused chimney in Carlsberg City.
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  • Mark you have it.  The San Juan mountains according to one source were named after St John the Baptist, whose head was memorably served up by King Herod for Salome: another source claims they were ...
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  • Street photography on the ferry
  • Hi Mark, You are almost there.  The valley is indeed the San Luis Valley, named by early Hispanic settlers after St Louis, the only French king to achieve sainthood, who died of dysentery on 25 ...
  • Time for another clue. The mountain range in the background was named for a man who died in the Middle East. Interestingly the French citizen for whom the valley is named contracted an infection ...
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