A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
Beautiful bridge/quaint little community! Love those buildings! The rocks are fascinating under the bridge.
I thank you for this one. I have never been to Greenland and the picture of your bridge and the information and pictures on the links somehow emphasized this to me. The link (or bridge if you want to put it like that) that once existed between Norway and Greenland were broken around 1400 (for various reasons) and it is part of our history.
Your post on November 17 last year was on my 60 years birthday. A nice small bridge symbolizing the huge gap between the inuits culture and ours.Have a great week.
A cultural bridge.Beautiful. A beautiful place as well. I enjoyed looking at the other pictures also.
Very nice little bridge.Quite beautiful with the rocks and the yellow flowers along the riverside.This pictures you have to enlarge to really see how nice it lookes.Thankyou:o)
I want to go there.Nice Bridge also .My Bridge is also up.
Very interesting post!
I go there with IMAC :-)Fantastic, that the Buttercups also admire that place. Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful bridge in a beautiful place, excellent.
Great shot. I can feel the cold;)Nice!
Wild - with vitality - Thanks for sharing
I had to enlarge this one. Very nice. And the view from the bridge is exciting.
Had to click on yout picture to see what was written on the bridge :-)Smart solution.Great Brigde contribution. I didn't know that people visited Grennland without skies on their legs.
Very nice..., and thanks too you, because Greenland is å place that i know a very little about.
Beautiful bridge and view! A beautiful place and I just love this houses! Wish I could be there with my camera:)
Beautiful bridge, and it is so nice with the yellow flower!
Can't wait to visit Greenland one day.