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Signs of Life on the Bottom of the World 1 of a few

Milford Sound

 

Memoirs part 636


The policies of the post war governments and the new National Health Service were very much aimed at improving the health of the nation’s children.

Signs of Life on the Bottom of the World 1 of a few

Milford Sound

 

Memoirs part 636


The policies of the post war governments and the new National Health Service were very much aimed at improving the health of the nation’s children.

comments (22)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 25 Jul 2013, 00:37
gobsmacked


I thought the policies of the Brit govt, post WW2, were mostly about returning the Nation to solvency...thank you for correcting my understanding, Ridge.
gutteridge: I apologise for the injury to your mouth Ray.

You are probably right about post WW2 policy.
  • Frances
  • United States
  • 25 Jul 2013, 01:27
Wow! Lovely landscape well taken. smile
gutteridge: Thank you Frances.
Spectacular Chad!!... your best one yet... i like it....petersmile
gutteridge: It was the sunlight that excited me when I saw it Peter, thanks.
This is beautiful - I love the little patches of light!
gutteridge: Thanks E., it was the sunlight that fired my desire to photograph this.
This is outstanding Chad, the light is just incredible, I could look at it for ages.
gutteridge: Thanks Sally, imagine how I felt standing there.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 25 Jul 2013, 07:27
I can't hear anything Chad..
gutteridge: The sound of silence Tiff. Garf and his Uncle.
Good Lord!! A proper picture. And a very pleasing one it is too
gutteridge: Shame on me.
Stunning, you approach the pinnacle of photo excellence with this one Chad.
gutteridge: I have my moments Martin, could not go wrong here really.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 25 Jul 2013, 08:07
See what you can do when you try, Chad!! Seriously, though, I love all your pictures (or I wouldn't look at them)
gutteridge: You are so kind Lisl, I did not really have to try here, as I'm sure you can imagine.
a smashing shot of the valley. did you set yourself down there for a long while?
gutteridge: We drove the long road to this place for a boat trip through the sound and out to sea. Then there was the long drive back along the same road.
Lovely light,young man,on a lovely view.
gutteridge: Thanks very much Frank.
Trout light, I suppose Chad
gutteridge: Absolutely Juan.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 25 Jul 2013, 11:22
This mountainscape looks like Norway -Fjordscape - a very beautiful photo with the wonderful light! What a surprise on your blog!
gutteridge: One could not fail to take a reasonable photograph here on a day like this Philine, thank you. I shall be even keener to visit Norwayland.
You got a great slice of light here - just perfect.
gutteridge: I was quite taken by the beauty of it Mary.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Jul 2013, 13:02
Somewhere I've always wanted to go. I like the sunlight on the water's edge.
gutteridge: Go Alan, but mind the signage, don't trip over it.
What a spectacular scene to drink in, Chad. Nature gave you a present and you gift wrapped it beautifully.
gutteridge: Thank you kindly Beverly, it was a gift indeed.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 25 Jul 2013, 14:32
Beautiful show of light. The hidden artist arises once more.

You also got a half pint of milk at school? That is how they tried to improve our health.
gutteridge: We had one third of a pint Louis.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 25 Jul 2013, 14:50
Once again Chad this could be Scotland, a lovely tranquil vista
gutteridge: I don't know why I bothered going so far Anne.
Lovely landscape Chad, a Geologist would know all about how and why the valley is that shape.
gutteridge: I blame glaciers myself but, what do I know Brian?
Fine image, Chad - one of your best.
gutteridge: I fear so Tom, thank you kindly.
Great light on this Chad, looks good to me smile
gutteridge: It was a gift John, all I had to do was snap.
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk ... where the sun rises first in Britain
  • 25 Jul 2013, 21:00
Damn it man ... who took this superb image for you
gutteridge: Cheek, and thank you.

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