Thank you so much again for your interest in this story, and the awards. It is has made me really happy. I did condense the 300 down to half a dozen presentable ones, but how many can I post on Pano? Maybe somebody will take the rest one day!
Thank you so much for your visit here, and the awards. It is much appreciated. Your are right, he is thin, and it was also pointed out that there was no female visible anywhere that day. Maybe the poor guy has had to bring them up on his own. Well done that blackbird!
Thank you so much for your interest in this story, and the awards. It is really appreciated. It is probably a once in a lifetime event for me, so I am happy that you have shared it.
Beautiful photo, nice shot!
Best wishes from Baku, RAMIL
bravo Amelia - beautiful silhouette and light
It's certainly very imposing, Steve, and we could see it as we were driving into Boston. One can't get lost in the town, that's for sure! By the time we reached the viewing area I felt as if I had climbed to the top pinnacles, but of course we had only reached to the level above the double windows. I'm delighted that you enjoyed the video. I wonder if you watched the one for climbing the Scott Monument? An easier though longer climb, as there are convenient stopping places on the way to the top!
We in Lincolnshire are more for welly wanging Amelia but in this weather they are worn rather than wanged at the moment :))
Hello Amelia thank you for your added information on the lay out here and its meaning .. most interesting and i am sure Peter will think so too once home from seeing Flying Scotsman today :))
best wishes ... steve
If you want to reduce the ethereal quality of the ice and shadow, by all means, Peter. ;-)
Hi Pere Oliver, Muchas Gracias por su visita aquí!
Estoy muy satisfecho de que usted ha disfrutado.
Thank you so much for your visit here!
I am so pleased that you have enjoyed it.
Los mejores deseos