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We seem to spend our entire lives trying to make sense of the world we live in. Taking photographs is just part of that process. Thanks for dropping by my Panoramio album. I hope you find at least one picture that grabs you.
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Thankyou Steve for the kind comments...

Oh - what a relief to find out you have pinned your photos now!

However, and this is a big however, I hope you realise that Panoramio will shut down very soon. Google are withdrawing the service. See the buff coloured box under the black banner at the top. I believe it's possible to "migrate" the pictures into Google+ accounts if you have a Google+ account.

Dear Abilo, Glad you like the picture. I would need your email address then a root through my folders for the original. Also you would need to acknowledge my copyright/ownership of the photo within your website. If you reply with your email address present I shall copy it and then delete the new comment the same day. Regards, Neil

All of my sites are on a Google+ account I believe. If you sign out it should go to a Google+ page. It's such a shame this is happening even though I haven't been doing much photography over the last year or so. I've been very much involved with the Save Sheffield Street Trees campaign and other things as well as dealing with my stressful job so, unless I get a lottery win very soon I'm not going to be doing much photography in the near future - it's way too time consuming. I need to retire early like your good self. :)

Nice picture bur this is how to spell - WEIR.

We've been working at the nearby water treatment works and decided to refresh some memories by having a google earth tour around Barmby, and look what I came across! A field, a drain and some houses!

As far I understand, the job was well done.

I LIKE this photo.

I am very happy for your visit and your comments. Thank you very much for them.

Friendly greeting.


Hi Neil, I have a photo and a description about Bramley's Cott on the website under the WALKING tag. I've only just noticed that I've failed to put it on the Web Index so I will rectify that now. Despite much research, I've been unable to discover who was Bramley or much about the cabin at all. As the roof was cut into the rock face, taking much skill and effort, I would think it once was a shooting box rather than a shepherd's hut - but I really don't know.

L+F haven't visited for a while. Nice collection of photo's

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