Numinbah Valley 10: Natural Bridge Road

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行者无路 on January 27, 2010

Best of

Very beautiful photo !!!

You have a good gallery !!!

Best greetings from China !!!行者无路

Ian Stehbens on January 27, 2010

That is wonderful affirmation, 行者无路, but I have to admit that the beauty was there to receive. Thank you for the BO nomination. I look forward to more communication with you about our photography.

Warm greetings,


ƤōƝƓ on February 3, 2010

Best of for this excellent composition, Ian.

Greetings from Thailand

Ian Stehbens on February 3, 2010

Thank you Ah-Pong. I truly appreciate your regular visits to my gallery along with your thoughtful and generous assessments.

Warmest regards,


Dror Ben David on February 6, 2010

Very nice!!!

Ian Stehbens on February 6, 2010

Greetings, oronbb and thanks.


Boban Onosimoski on February 20, 2010

Beautiful photo !!

Best regards, Onosimoski B!

Ian Stehbens on February 20, 2010

Dear Boban,

Thanks for your appreciation.

Best wishes,


gezginruh on February 25, 2010

A backyard time! From now on we're in our backyards are places wich we have given ourselves a rest.

We listen to the silence.

We capture all the harmony of colors.(except red)

We are again have love and hope.

We are again on the road to arrive.

Our friendships and our sharings will reach us to great embraces. And our ways will cross in a backyard with our purple luggage..

Warm wishes. Fü

Ian Stehbens on February 26, 2010

When all pomegranates have finished rolling, , there will always be a choice: The Track to Istanbul or The Road to Numinbah!


There’s a track winding back

With an old safety rack

Climbing the mount to Ciftehan,

Purple luggage is on board,

The steam engine is chuffing

Between Cilician Gates

Haydarpaşa and Konya,

I'm waiting to see,

There the pals of my childhood

Are waiting for me

So no more will I roll

For I’m headed right for home

On the train to Istanbul.



There’s a track leading back

To an old fashioned shack

Among the bush of Numinbah

There the hoop pines are growing,

The Nerang River's flowing

Beneath a southern sky

Where my Robyn and David

Are waiting for me,

There the pals of my childhood

I'm wanting to see;

So no more will I roam

For I’m headed right for home

On the road to Numinbah.

Ian (sung to the traditional melody, "On the Road to Gundagai")

gezginruh on February 26, 2010

There's a track winding back

To an old-fashioned shack,

Along the road to Gundagai.

Where the gum trees are growin'

And the Murrumbidgee's flowin'

Beneath the starry sky.

Oh my mother and daddy are waitin' for me

And the pals of my childhood once more I will see

And no more will I roam 'cos I'm headin' right for home

Along the road to Gundagai.


I know that , all ways will cross...

with all my love. FüsunK.

Ian Stehbens on February 26, 2010

Dear ,

Have you also listened to the melody and then learnt to sing your songs?

One day you must roll again, and I'll take you along the road to Gundagai, and up the Nerang River in the Numinbah Valley!


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