Peace paints in pastel, Dili, Timor Leste

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Ian Stehbens on April 10, 2008

Dear Tamás and jadransko,

I am honoured that you both have appreciated this photo so much, and thanks too for the vote and star, my friend.

I didn't understand the contest at first, for I thought that someone else had nominated some photos and I was agreeing to the nomination. I didn't realise that every photo uploaded in a particular month had an invitation to submit attached to it. Anyway it is there now and I appreciate your vote.

I haven't worked out where I go looking for the nominated photos so that I can see other nominations. If you can tell me, I'd be grateful.

Ian

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on April 10, 2008

Dont worry Ian, getting confused is all about growing old gracefuly. I too have senior moments.

Remeber this, we have 'earned' the right to be this way.

Now pull yourself together.-- (^j-)

In response to your queerie. I found the way to view all the other entries by selecting one of your own un-submitted photos. just followow the blue links to the ENTRIES.

There are four categories. Select any and enjoy.

Ps. I love this photo. you have it.

Jim

Ian Stehbens on April 11, 2008

Dear Jim,

Panoramio isn't working quite right at the moment: I just read your comment on the front but it isn't here when I switch across to the picture page. All day it has been the other way round - I submit a comment and it appears on the photo page but doesn't appear on the front page. O well. I hope Panoramio isn't growing old or too large yet. I was hoping to grow old with Panoramio, gracefully. I appreciated your notion of "growing old gracefully". That is one of my goals that I from time to time share with Margaret, that "we grow old together gracefully!"

And thanks for your encouragement.

Ian

VKeith on April 16, 2008

Beautiful shot.

Ian Stehbens on April 16, 2008

Thanks VKeith. A beautiful setting for a troubled new nation. Ian

csac5499 on April 21, 2008

Wow!! Voted!

Ian Stehbens on April 21, 2008

Thankyou for your vote and your visit. You have the first couple of pages of a very fine folio, so I look forward to more fine images from your eye and hand in the future. Whether you are in the Andes or the Alps, your work is splendid..

Regards,

Ian in Sydney

stephan Seo on April 25, 2008

It's a peaceful air with beauitful scenery, Ian! I wish you a peaceful building a troubled new nation with you.And I `m very thank you for your wording on Atauro. Have a nice weekeend,Ian!

Greetings,Stephan

P.S:In fact,the rain and strom ruined my plan go to an islet of west beach near by Incheon Airport yesterday.I just stay at home.

Ian Stehbens on April 27, 2008

Hi Stephan, I have very much appreciated your comments and visit. I trust that you are being inspired by sharing in Panoramio conversations as much as I am.

Don't be disappointed by the weather, for Incheon will be there for a long time yet. Were you thinking of airport photographs, reclamations images, or photos of birdlife?

Kind regards,

Ian

PS: I was with a large group of Korean friends today, and enjoyed my Sunday Korean lunch.

Ian

stephan Seo on April 27, 2008

Yes,Of course! I hope to see your wonderful photos.Thank you so much for your friendliness. Also,I believe that your lunch was very special and that you were enjoyed the Korean food with them.

Greetings,Stephan.

PS:I went to riverside of Hangang near by home today's afternoon. It would be better,if you take my photos on peaceful Rever Han. Stephan

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