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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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Amazing light!

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Greetings, Horst

Lovely colours Bernard and a great vista ~ I like it but where are the bathing beauties? ~ Best wishes ~ nick

Fantásticia toma.

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Saludos cordiales.

Veľmi pekný záber.

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Pozdravujem,Ivan

Mike Wagner

Hello Mike thank you for your "like" and comments here i do try to surprise a few birds when flying by jumping out of the bushes :))

Nick Weall

Thank you Nick i am in the process of trying to get better shots of this fellow myself over the comming weeks :))

Peterprivatebox

Hello Peter i have seen this Owl a good few times ( and possibly one other ) on our village fen road but while not having the camera to hand so i am pleased i took it along on this drive and sat waiting for a flyby in a field gateway :))

Sarah O

Hello dear Sarah i am honoured you think this one worthy of your YS-L and you like the framing of the Owl as he flew by posing for his shot ( and perhaps wondering what i was doing on his patch ) .. this is normally a nocturnal bird as no doubt you know dear Sarah but i have seen it several times during the early evening daytime so now plan several visits to the area on lovely clear or sunny evenings to see if i can get better shots :))

Cardigan-Ieuan NO VI…

thank you for your YS-L here also Doug it is a great sight to see a wild and free Barn Owl out hunting with them sadly so in decline so i hope this one and its mate find plenty of food and have a good breeding season

thank you and best wishes to everyone ~ Steve

Thank you Nick i am pleased you think this one from inside Sheringham box worthy of your YS-L :))

best wishes ... steve

Nick Weall

HA HA yes i wonder too Nick perhaps its mind changes like the wind :))

Cardigan-Ieuan NO VI…

Whoops sorry for the above Doug but pleased you like the shot :))

best wishes to both ~ Steve

Nick Weall

thank you Nick this little chaffinch was indeed singing its heart out .. thank you for your YS-L here

Peterprivatebox

thank you Peter a little fortunate to be standing in the right spot when it landed almost above me and leaving me the view to the Blus sky beyond :))

Sarah O

Hello my dear Sarah thank you for your YS-L and lovely comments here too .. i am pleased you like this little bird caught sitting in the sunshine singing not as colourfull as some of your little finches but certainly a lovely tune :))

best wishe to all ~ Steve

Hello Sarah thank you for your visit to this train shot taken while out with Alan at his local preserved railways gala day :))

i am pleased you like the framing of this shot also and think it worthy of your YS-L too dear Sarah

a good day yesterday but a wet one today so all the weeds will be growing nicely in the garden :))

best wishes as always ~ Steve X

Nick Weall

Hello Nick thank you i am pleased you like this one too .. as you see we have many fields of Oilseed rape in the area too

Sarah O

hello my dear Sarah i am pleased you like this Owl shot too .. i have seen this bird flying on several occations while not having the camera so on this day decided to take it along and sit in a field gateway and wait for it to arrive :))

best wishes as always to you both ~ Steve

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