Merry Summer! Surbiton, Surrey.

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Jan Sognnes SAVE PAN… on January 9, 2011

Very creative work! Like

Thank you for your visit!

Happy New Year

Greetings, Jan

brian gillman on January 9, 2011

Thank you, Jan. Good to hear from you again.

Best wishes, Brian.

pietgazz on January 9, 2011

Thanks, we need some warm days! Nice job brian01! Best regards, piero

brian gillman on January 10, 2011

Glad you like my small effort to dispel the winter 'blues' here, Piero. It has turned really cold here again; snow on the way?! Never a moments boredom!

Best wishes, Brian.

M.Curran on January 10, 2011

Excellent idea Brian! We look forward to summer here too. Having said that, dusk and dawn photos are a little easier now, if you can get the fingers to work!

brian gillman on January 10, 2011

Glad you like my experiment, Martin. Photoshop doesn't have any cutouts of honey bees or I would have dotted a few of them about! Yes, the days are getting longer now, even if it is only by about 29 seconds!

Regards, Brian.

Harry Taggart on January 25, 2011

Beautiful composition Brian, Lovely shot Like 3, I don,t think Fain will be too upset over you using his lavender? LOL cheers scally from glasgow.

brian gillman on January 25, 2011

Glad you appreciate my fooling-about, Scally! (Incidentaaly, I've not tried Lavender; maybe sometime. When in Scotland, I always use Avon - Skin So Soft). I find Channel No. 5 too expensive.

Regards, Brian.

Harry Taggart on January 26, 2011

This. was the lavender I was thinking of! Brian, but when up here I can assure you that the fragrance from a block of cheap Carbolic soap, will send all the lassies swooning, as they are accustomed to us hairy faced men getting bye with a weekly face splash in the sink.

brian gillman on January 26, 2011

Thanks, Scally. Yes, it's a brilliant photo; already in my favourites of course. Carbolic may be good for attracting women, in Scotland, but it takes a darn-sight more than that to repel your damned midges. I'll stick to the Avon. If it's good enough for the SAS it's good enough for me.

Cheers, Brian.

Mel Figueroa on January 26, 2011

Hola, Fotografía muy artística, Like 4

Recibe saludos de México, Mel

brian gillman on January 28, 2011

Hello, Mel! Good to hear from you again! Thank you for your kind comment.

Regards, Brian.

Harry Taggart on January 31, 2011

It must be all the beer you drink that attracts the midges, They never bother my wife, but bite me by the 1,000,s. I agree Scotland is a popular breeding ground, but the worst place in the World is in England !! Gilsland on Hadrian's Wall. the hotel has a full size crown bowling green and a great wee 9 hole pitch and putt, but lucky to throw a couple of bowls or play a few holes before you are Running to the Bar:( Maybe they are raiders from the North? and were the reason for the Romans to high tail it back home, LOL cheers scally.

Pan Kartsonakis on February 19, 2011

Excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!......... ..……..Thanks for sharing……....I LIKE IT 5.......………….Greetings from HELLAS(GREECE)

brian gillman on February 19, 2011

Thank you for your visit and all your kind comments, Kartson. Much appreciated.

Best wishes, Brian.

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