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Teazleicious Diva-cat photos for the lazy at heart.

Now with added kitten.





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1st Jan 2006, 21:22   | tags:,,,,

Gael says:

love the top one (I'm a sucka for gates and doorways) and was feeling seriously homesick until I realised it was Derbyshire not Yorkshire...

1st Jan 2006, 21:24

OJ says:

Thanks Gael. It's actually near Chelmorton in the white peak so as near as dammit to Yorkshire. That gate was magic - looked like it just led to the navy blue sky....

1st Jan 2006, 21:26

PR says:

my wife called this gate "gate to paradise".. I agree with her.. )
one step and you're there )

1st Jan 2006, 21:32

OJ says:

Your wife is too, too right PR.

1st Jan 2006, 21:35

Viv says:

agreed - top pic is great

1st Jan 2006, 21:40

daz says:

Lovely!

1st Jan 2006, 21:54

beth says:

yep some lovely pictures here.. happy new year

1st Jan 2006, 22:48

Dhamaka says:

wow - and happy new year

1st Jan 2006, 23:04

OJ says:

Happy New Year all....

I'm making the magic open gate my emblem for the turning of the year. Wide blue yonder and all that...

4th Jan 2006, 09:51

melissaamy says:

I dream of living somewhere with a view like that...ever since I first saw International Velvet and fell in love with the area...

Damn me and my living in the US and fear of flying!

5th Jan 2006, 16:22

kostika says:

If it wasn't for the fact that I knew that was in the UK, I could have easily mistaken that for home.

(Home being oregon)

5th Jan 2006, 16:27

OJ says:

Dry stone walls and all Kostika? *makes mental note to go to Oregon*

More scenic pics of the - frequently damp - Peak District to be found by clicking on the "Peak District" tag above. Or this handy linkette.

I'm not sure that set of pics is exactly representative of the area melissaamy, some parts are quite rugged - the magic valley (as I now call it) was quite shallow and gave a feeling of enclosure.

5th Jan 2006, 17:17

crickson says:

Lovely views - seems quite isolated thou!

5th Jan 2006, 17:21

OJ says:

Not really isolated, you're within an easy drive of Manchester, Sheffield, Stockport, Cheshire etc. etc. here.

Remote is good though. Am still considering Outer Hebrides as a summer holiday location. (Ahem, or Corsica for warmth)

5th Jan 2006, 17:34

crickson says:

Yeah, I'd like to go to the Outer Hebrides just to say I've been...

5th Jan 2006, 17:37

melissaamy says:

oh where in oregon? I have been there many times, but never found anything like this before. Also, I lived in VT and have found close, but it is just not quite the same, yet in many things I have seen of the UK, I see it there...maybe it is just my blinding love of the UK that has me only needing to be there to see it! hehe...

5th Jan 2006, 23:05