Naval Review, Woolloomooloo, Sydney

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Ian Stehbens on July 8, 2009

Once again Greetje, Hans and Sig, it is special top receive your notes of appreciation. Greetings to you each in your piece of Europe.

Currently I am in Tonga, and that would have to be almost the opposite to being in Iceland, Sig. Here I am sitting on an island in the mid South Pacific, on the other side of the world where now it is winter and warm: 24C today.


Luca Rigato on July 9, 2009

Fantastic photo, Great idea. In the thumbnails it seems a bridge!

Ian Stehbens on July 9, 2009

It always pays to go past the thumbnails, Luca, I agree. Thanks indeed for your compliments.

Best regards,


Amelia Royan on July 9, 2009

Lovely composition Ian, showing your usual flair for the extraordinary. The ship is so perfectly moored - what a sea captain you must be as well! Is there no end to your talents? ;-)

Greetings, Amelia

Ian Stehbens on July 9, 2009

Your affirmations Amelia, are happily received but they are mostly valued because you have enjoyed and appreciated the photo. I guess that while we enjoy our hobby, each image is something we have received from the world around us and then it becomes a wee gift to each friend who opens the thumbnail. So it is a double joy for me. Appreciatively, Ian

Seyithan BOZDEMİR on July 9, 2009

Very good shot beautiful view. Congratulations !

► Greetings

► Seyit

Ian Stehbens on July 9, 2009

Your appreciation is encouraging, Seyit, and I will keep looking around me to see what special views are on offer.

Kind regards,


Nick Weall on July 12, 2009

A Golden Star Award immediately from me Ian ~ I just popped in to say hello since it has been a while and this shot on your front page caught my eye ~ I love it ~ I sent you most friendly greetings too Ian and hope your Tonga time is going well for you ~ Ciao nick

Ian Stehbens on July 13, 2009

That is an honour indeed, Nick, thanks. Thanks too for staying in touch. I am having some limitations here in Tonga on computer usage for I am going over monthly allowances: Panoramio is not very helpful for staying within limits, so hence I am finding it difficult to keep abreast of the uploads of others - though when I am home again I will faithfully catchup. So thanks again for your contact, compliment and friendship.


Nick Weall on July 13, 2009

The pleasure is all mine :)) You are not forgotten and friendship endures :)

Elemér on July 18, 2009

Beautiful photo composed very well!


Ian Stehbens on July 23, 2009

Thanks very much Elemér. I enjoyed the possibility when I was trying to get myself in the right position, so I was pleased when I saw the result.

Best regards,


stephan Seo on July 30, 2009

Ian, What a clever shot with wonderful reflection! Special Greetings,Stephan

Ian Stehbens on July 30, 2009

I was so pleased that it worked as well as this Stephan! The mirror didn't even need a clean!

Warmest regards,


stephan Seo on July 30, 2009

Ian, If you are in North Korea,you might be arrested on the divulgation of classified (;-)

Greetings,Stephan from divided country.

Pinke László on August 9, 2009


Superb,interesting look....congrats for shot!

Cheers: Laci,from Székesfehérvár,Hungary

Ian Stehbens on August 9, 2009

Stephan and Laci

I don't think they could arrest me for this, Stephan I wasn't even looking at the ship I was looking the other way. If they don't allow photographs of mirrors, they must be nervously hiding the truth! LOL

And by the way, since when was the D M Z demilitarized? It would have to be one of the most militarized strips in the world, sadly! You know my prayers and concern are with you and all your people, Stephan.

Well, Laci to something more serious than militarism - our photographic hobby! I am pleased that you have enjoyed exploring my album. Thanks for the affirmation.

Warm greetings,


Sigurtor Holm on September 3, 2009

great shot

Ian Stehbens on September 4, 2009

Thanks Sig. Anything to do with boats surely catches your eye after your great summer, afloat!


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