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Hello - I'm just a chap aged over 65 but still working ~ who happens to like taking photographs and sharing the results with others. I have a Nikon D700 and associated lenses. Sometimes I use a Panasonic DMC TZ5 compact camera which is much lighter of course and much better to take when I'm walking any distance.On occasions the results can be very pleasing too. Originally I tried to restrict myself to Google Earth acceptable shots and I have uploaded a few thousand of those. Now with Google street cars etc, that sort of work is no longer essential. So landscapes become more relevant perhaps. I think that Panoramio is a great site and a wonderful way to see other people's work. I hope that it remains in some form or other. All the very best to you all. Last edited April 2015
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uf, uf tieto extrémne športy, ale foto je pekné
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Fantastické skalné útvary
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Merci beaucoup de votre commentaire Hans.

Bonjour de France. Jean.

Hi Steve, thanx for the four links. Great photos - particularly those depicting the Glenfinnan viaduct (which was mentioned in the GMX gallery but was not really shown there). It's now a quarter of a century ago that my wife and me went from Fort William to Mallaig (though by car). This was part of our roundtrip from Hull along the east coast (Scarborough, Robin Hood's Bay, Whitby, Staithes etc.) and then all around Scotland and back again across Yorkshire to Hull. After our attempt to swim in Loch Lochy north of Fort William we decided that Nessie couldn't be for real because it would have been frozen to death in these arctic waters! Best wishes Michael

Peter, maybe the weather didn't bring out the people but this is a very nice location and cute little train. I personally like the defused lighting. I did a series in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, on an over cast day with a light rain. I was disappointed when I started but was happy with the result on wet surfaces for color and contrast with no sun. I had to keep tucking my camera under my wind breaker to keep the lens dry and occasionally dry the lens. Sometimes in an out of the way location like that you have one chance to shoot and as it turned out it was a pleasing day of shooting. Warm regards from California. Like

Peter whats not to Like? and that's no bull either, warm regards from California, Richard. Like

Peter, they seem more interested in you and that's no bull, well photographed and whats not to Like?, Cheers, Richard from California. Like

Thanks once more Horst and all best wishes, Andy

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Many thanks to you both,

Andy

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