You would be surprised how many old friends find themselves re-united through the annals of Panoramio Robin..What a lovely surprise..
I have been posting stuff here for two or three years now, but you are the first to make the link..I am certain as time goes by, the memories dim and our features become unidentifiable in the ageing process..
As far as Panoramio goes, I derive much pleasure show-casing our beloved Whitby and I have made many good friends, far and wide..
I will be certain to visit your gallery later today...Now it's time to go boating ;>)
Thanks for stopping by Robin..
Thanks for the info on Dave Duke. I didn't know him that well but my brother Tom was a friend of his. Interesting that you use a picture of yourself taken about the time I remember you. I added my face so that you can see what us kids turned into. Not pretty but who cares?
I'll be adding more as I go. I have lots taken in many places, most in 35mm though. I scanned a few of them and I have made some slide shows in Powerpoint, with music.
I was boating myself yesterday and didn't see your reply. What type of boat do you have?
If you ever get to Canada, let me know. Montreal is very photogenic too.
By the way, very colourful shot of Fielding's store. I knew Fielding's lad too - he was at the Grammar school, in our class.
OI AXOTA QUE LUGARES LINDO TEM EM SEU PAÍS AS FOTOS PARECE SAIRAM DE UM LIVRO DE CONTO DE FADAS, ESTÁ FOTO É LONDA PARABÉNS ELIÊTA FORTALEZA/BRASIL
Can these quaint English scenes get any beautiful?, This little town is a tourists dream.. Great photos !
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