This is Hyde Daily Photo Volume 1 (2006-2011) which is now in archive mode. For recent photographs please visit Hyde Daily Photo Volume 2. Additional material and links to blogger friends can be found at Hyde DP Xtra.

Thursday, April 07, 2011

Over the Duckboards

These duckboards in Gower Hey Woods afford walkers a dry passage across an area of swamp. Fallen trees in the swamp are covered with moss - see them on Hyde DP Xtra.

Tomorrow Hyde Daily Photo will be 5 years old.

Over recent months I have been going through all the old posts, removing many dead links and irrelevant comments, and overhauling the tags/labels.

This brings to an end Hyde Daily Photo Volume 1 (2006 - 2011). The archives here will continue to be maintained.

A new blog has been created at The new URL is five letters shorter but although photo has been dropped from the URL they will still be the main content of the new blog.

Additional photographs will continue to be published on Hyde DP Xtra which is also where you will find the links to my blogger friends.

Non-contemporary material will still be published from time to time on Old Hyde.


Anonymous said...

Concratulations upon this achievement. Always a safe step ahead and a good Thursday as well.

daily athens

Hydonian said...

Congratulations on reaching 5 years, Gerald - keep up the good work - It's always nice to visit your site!

Arguendo | Dixi said...

Congrats on the 5 year mark! Keep up the great work.

zakton said...

Congratulations for achieving 5 years. I'll follow volume 2.

RuneE said...

All good things must come to an end, but I'm glad that in this case there is a continuation.

Don Wood said...

Congratulations Gerald I am now putting the new volume in my favourites. Don

Rog said...

Just a thought:



Birdman said...

Wow! 5 years... can I make that? I'm coming up on 3.

Louis la Vache said...

Congratulations on Year Five!

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