Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by flyingseale, Mar 20, 2007.
How about a few images depicting traditional british pub names. I'll make a start.
now thats just cruel, I mean to use the word PUB in a thread title then to dash my hopes.
Still its a good shot of a Red Lion, I mean White Hart
Do you mean this to become a whole series of photos illustrating the most common English pub names, flyingseale, then it would be one for the Photo Themes. In that case I could go through my archives and try to find an anchor, for example... .
Nice white hart ... there should be a pic of a white hart among mine somewhere, too ... as print, taken in the before-digital-times.
"...The trails can be picked up near to Rhoscolyn church, where a path extends out to a Coastguard watchtower. From there a gentle path can be taken down hill towards the sandy bay of Rhoscolyn beach, before returning back to the church along the narrow road past the White Eagle pub" <unquote>
Golly, that took a while to sink in... ;-)
Great pic, though!
I found that text on a touristy website, Granted! it is a bit of a long-winded attempt to describe the whereabouts of a pub...
Glad you like the picture.
It would make sense to move it there. Can you do that for me?
Is no1s pub named the deers head?
Separate names with a comma.