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Old 03-20-2011, 11:29 AM
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The following is a cut and paste I found on a UK based board. The web link is a total treat!
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"Jon Beer's latest article in the Trout & Salmon mentioned the following web-site
Geograph Britain and Ireland - photograph every grid square!
I loaded it up and it is very interesting indeed. You can type in at the top right corner a postcode or description and it opens all photos taken in the area. I think it finds all those with OS grid references and maps them to their database. What is really interesting is you can enter say “river Dee at Park”, open a photo and a small ordinance survey map appears. One can then follow the river using the N,S,E,W compass points and as you do it photos taken in that area appear. (NOTE HERE: You can also just move your pointer around and click/enhance anyplace.) Terrific for looking at new waters
When you have the small map you can also click the interactive link below and it opens up a full map of the area with dots highlighting all the photos taken. You then click on any of these to open the phto up."
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Fred: Thanks, that is a pretty interesting link to browse around on.

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that's a nifty site, Ireland and fishing there is at the top of my bucket list. Thanks for the post!
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that's a nifty site, Ireland and fishing there is at the top of my bucket list. Thanks for the post!
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You're most welcome Gary (and Larry). Killed well over an hour earlier today Gazing With Lust at rivers that are world known (Dee, Spey, etc.), worth every moment as I watched the rain pound down and the Rogue go 'toes up' ... again.

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