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I'm just a happy snapper capturing what I see. My main subjects are the countryside, birds, in fact anything nature. I also have an interest in architecture and machinery. Old vehicles and tractors also feature heavily in my galleries (mainly on Flickr). I almost give up on Panoramio when Google threatened to change it to Views and I started to switch to Flickr however I use Google Earth a lot to research places to visit so still want to contribute. I am now limiting Pano-uploads to scenic shots and all others to Flickr. Browse both my Pano and Flickr galleries and comment as you please, constructive, critical or otherwise, it's all good. For those not wanting to comment in public, I have PM enabled. Happy snapping and enjoy life!

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David, seeing an owl in the wild is always a great thrill for me, especially as it's so rare! Many thanks for you kind comments ans like...very appreciated! Cheers, pear

You are keeping your 'artistic' eye in, DJ. Great composition and lighting for another like from me.

Cheers, Herb

I had to laugh when I read the Expert on his fluorescent waistcoat. I know that stretch of road well and he was very lucky not to roll it all the way down to the bottom . Good capture !

Hi Peter,

Apparently they are well distributed.

I've always wanted to see one and never have (and that includes months at a time in the South of France and several visits to Central and Western Spain since the early 80s!). Just bad luck I suppose!

My reference books are also a tad ancient but are still usually reliable!

All the best,


We're 5 hours behind (plus about 120 years!).

Except during the week or two where out summer time clock doesn't agree with y'alls.


How good is this shot! Love it.

I should've asked you what you were doing over in't wrong side o'country like? Away from your usual stomping ground.

You're right (of course) this is a great melange of 60's naff architecture and ancient stonework.

I shall stop gloating about our gorgeous weather as we have storms sweeping through destroying property (much) further west.

Sleep tight - J

Nice shot, Kenny! Those old cathedrals are so attractive.


Exactly! How far should you go to preserve history. At first glance I thought it was a replica so I would ask the same question.


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