Nick Weall
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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'm doing a long series of bird shots this year (2013), starting as a complete novice I hope that the quality of the shots improves with time. Quite what I will do once I have captured decent shots of all the easy to find birds, I'm not sure yet. I think that Panoramio is a great site and a wonderful way to see other people's work. All the very best to you all. Last edited April 2013

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Lajos,Many thanks.Greetings.Eduardo.

"Just in moment".

Excellent frame. *YSL 21/30 *

Friendly greetings. Filipe

It's like a tank isn't it, Nick. It sure makes folks eyes pop out when they focus their lenses on it. Many thanks for the Yves Saint Laurent. :)

Warmly yours, Olive O x

Strike a light, Nick, you're waxing lyrical this morning. ;-)

Are you at home for a change?


Molto bello questo castello, complimenti per questo foto. like. Ciao da Mauro & Mara.

Bellissimi i colori e riflessi di questa splendida foto. like+fav. Ciao da Mauro & Mara.

wow !!!! what a phantastic light !!! LIKE Best greetings a.beyer

I see what you mean Andy an entirely new perspective for me and one I must explore before too long ~ so another YSL (Naturally) ~ All the best ~ nick

A YSL for this great mid-summer shot of one of my favourite spots. I'm amazed that there are so few people on the beach ~~ Have a good week Andy ~ All the best ~ nick

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