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GREETINGS TO ALL MY PANORAMIO FRIENDS. "LETS TRY TO SAVE PANORAMIO" >>>>>I WILL NOT PERMIT GOOGLE TO USE MY PHOTOS ON THEIR "VIEWS" WEB SITE>>>>>>> I can be found here >www.flickr.com/photos/39794435@N08/ and here >www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100006508424349 and here >jimrevans41@gmail.com >>>>>Over many years, I have come to know so many amazing people and shared with you some of the most incredible images ever witnessed. I have learned so much about our planet and its people. To all my friends I send my heart-felt thanks for your friendship, your many visits and of course your precious comments<<<<<< Kindest regards to you all ;) _Jim_

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Hello Jim just returning to replace my YS-L on this cracking shot from the Moors

best wishes .. steve

Səməd, this looks like a mob scene! :-) Səməd, I wish to you, your family, and the wonderful nation of Canada blessings and peace. And I wish the very same things for the country that extends back to ancient times: Persia/Iran. Greetings to Canada from Laura in Los Angeles.

Jakie wspaniale nastrojowe! Brawo. L+F. Joanna.

Thank you Jaro! Greetings :)

Grazie Alessandra per il graditissimo commento

Hello. SERGEY. Thank you for your visit and to estimate my photos.

Best regards of city Narbonne Diaporama, from France. Roger.

Merci beaucoup Jean-Pierre, j'avais un peu expérimenté



| | | Good pano shot, like it !!!
۰• ۰ Regards from Minsk !!! zhsv

Herb, I love your fences, all of them!

There are fences and fences and too many are the same. They basically tell us where your land starts and mine finishes, or is it where my land starts and your land finishes. Yes, It can have possessive, territorial connotations, but it can also be to keep your sheep in and the wolves out. All those practicalities aside, they can make a rural scene complete, they can add character, depth and perspective to a landscape; a framework and a touch of humanity to a masterwork by our Creator God.

I think so Stuart, pick a calm day though. March - April are the best months in Albany!



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