Move over Columbus: St Brandon crossed the Atlantic in the 6th Century - and on his return, knew where he had been.

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Comments (5)

EVA_L on June 20, 2008

Dear Yan!

I miss our conversation and decided to look your photos until wait your return. How many interesting things I have not seen!

Yours sincerely, Eva

pilled on March 16, 2009

I would like to show this photo on my Irelandsite, illustrating the vita of St. Brendan. Is that OK? Peter

Ian Stehbens on March 16, 2009

I would be delighted for you to use this image, Peter, though 2 things:

You had better abide by Panoramio copyright rules which you will find under API in the bottom bar on this page, where they also tell you how to link. Is that ok or is it too cumbersome for your site?

And do you mind letting me know the address of your site (or a link to it) so that I can see the your site, for it would be of real interest to me.

And as for St Brendan/Brandon, I have no doubt that he accomplished a most remarkable and courageous return voyage to "Canada".

Sincerely,

Ian

pilled on March 16, 2009

Thank you, Ian! You will find it here: http://www.haped.de/Mythen and then click on the marker on Brandon Creek. I hope it is OK so. I am not used in the api code. May be, the layout of my site would change by it. Is it OK for you this way? Peter

Ian Stehbens on March 17, 2009

Thank you Peter,

I am very pleased with the way you have included this in your site, and what is far more significant is the quality of your site. I am honoured that I could contribute in this way. Thank you Peter.

Ian

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on September 27, 2007
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Ian Stehbens
    • Camera: Canon EOS 20D
    • Taken on 2005/06/08 18:22:11
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/160)
    • Focal Length: 20.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/9.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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