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Marilyn Whiteley on June 13, 2009

What breathtaking contrast here, Ian! The sharp, brutal barbed wire and the unspeakable delicacy of the bejeweled web!! Well observed and superbly composed. And yes, it must be enjoyed full size.


Ian Stehbens on June 13, 2009

When obsolete farm buildings are before me are not the only times I have special silent conversations with you, Marilyn, as I am sure you know. This reminds me in a figurative sense to one of your images taken through the armoury fence of a church. One of those photos that had to be taken or received! This sparkled its presence!


Olga I. Yakovenko on June 18, 2009

I like much the finesse of this your shot, Olga

Ian Stehbens on June 18, 2009

Your encouragement is appreciated, Olga.


M and R on July 15, 2009

I like diamonds! R

Pinke László on August 9, 2009


Cheers: Laci

Ian Stehbens on August 9, 2009

It is wonderful that you like diamonds, Robyn and that Laci likes my photograph! Robyn, as you have a big birthday in the not too distant future, a few hints in his ear won't hurt!

And thanks Laci. Welcome to my world which includes rural Queensland and a daughter called Robyn who deserves a beautiful gift like diamonds!

Dad / Ian Kiss Lá… on April 10, 2011

Beautiful shot! Like 1

Greetings from Szeged (Hungary),


Ian Stehbens on April 11, 2011

Again thankyou László. The freshness of the morning and the gentleness of the wet webs brought joy into my mind.

warm regards,


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