070715.Bathwick, The Legendary Pitstop of the Headless Horse and Man

July 15, 2007 at 8:11 PM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Bathwick, Bridges, Horses, Overcast, people, Pulteney Bridge, river, River Avon, somerset | 2 Comments

On Pultney Bridge.


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  1. The second one kind of spoils it, because I can TELL that he’s just turning his head in the first one. Otherwise, I might ask if scientists had been concocting genetic freaks while I wasn’t looking.

    Hey, look at that lovely pile of crap!

  2. A Paris on remet les velos en premiere ligne, chez toi les calèches. cela a le charme du temps passĂ©, j’adore

    To Paris one gives the bicycles in first line, at home the barouches. that has the charm of time spent, I adore

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