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I am a very ordinary person with an equally ordinary camera, but I so enjoy sharing photos of this part of the world, browsing the many brilliant galleries and meeting the most wonderful people. Panoramio is to me, the equivalent of Star Trek -- no blood and guts or bad vibes. Bliss. Scores of artistic, genuinely good souls hang out on this web site. Long live Panoramio and all who sail in her! Thanks so much for visiting my collection of pics and poems, Best regards, Sue (I guess I could mention that I wrote a book of poems, Life in general by Sue Allen)
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Even better than the picture I just looked at! I can see his features so clearly -- isn't he just the most awful little fellow? I would say hello to him every week withouth fail and wonder how many people notice him perched up there. Now he will be famous, thanks to you! Cheers again William, you made my day, honestly!

Thanks you very much Cassiopea

Greetings KImmo

Interesting photo! LIKE! Many greetings, Buts_YV


É uma visão espetacular da Igreja, parabéns pelo registro. F1 Saudações e tenha um excelente semana, de Dourados - Mato Grosso do Sul - Brasil

Thankyou Aussie45. I wasn't aware of the Wes Hall incident. Is it possible that the photo you have of the original peanut silos is the same as this one which is posted on Winrose's site? If it is a different one I would love to see it. Can you send me a copy by email, Facebook or do you have copyright permission to upload it to Panoramio?

The original silos were built by my grandfather's brother, L. Rudi Stehbens, and I believe the cement and materials for the current silos were supplied by his company, South Burnett Importing Company (SIBC) which became Stehbens Brothers Hardware.

Thanks for the message.


I don't have any good images of the silos today.

Beautiful picture and nice words for this little miracle of nature Sue,

Best wishes from Hamburg



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