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 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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So nice field.

Excellent shot. *YsL 30/52 *

Regards. Filipe

Hi Peter, Nick, Richard, Steve, and of course Füsun,

Thank you all so much for your visit here,all the praise, and the awards. I am really honoured! When the line first opened I took a picture from about the same place, but today the trees have leaves, and they have grown! So we have a very different scene, helped by the sun shining! The railway runs three of these big Garratts, and there are plenty of pictures of all of them under the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland railway tab in my gallery. I am very happy that all of you have enjoyed it so much.

Best Wishes Peter

Hello, Jack. Beautiful view. Wonderful shot. LIKE. Best regards, Sergey

Just read your comments Herb about it being a live tree. Interesting and beautiful capture.

Best wishes, Andy

Many thanks, Boban!!! Warm regards. Nadia.

Interesting crane

A fine old windmill it seems ~ Best wishes ~ nick

Sarah O ~ The yellow flowers of the rape are long gone now Sarah for which I'm pleased as the pollen does not agree with me, but I agree that it makes a marvelous sight in the late Spring. The tractor tracks are necessary to tend the crop as it gets sprayed against pests now and then. I'm very fond of the contours of this particular filed, full of lovely curves. Thanks for your generous YSL dear Sarah and best wishes to Mr O and a hug for you ~ nick

Hello my dear Sarah thank you again here and you are of course right with the Red car hiding in the Inn car park waiting for its next sandwich outing :))

as you may have also notived the building ( picturedrome ) was built in 1912 the same year the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage to New York

it was indeed a lovely little town and a nice two days break away from work there :))

best wishes ... steve X

Sarah O Hi di hi dear QofC These feeders are my preferred design that seem more robust than some of the cheaper options. We have five of them here in our garden in Chalfont St Peter three in the front and two in the back. In Dunstable at work we have another four. All of them are filled with just Sun Flower seeds, which I buy in bulk.

We actually had five parakeets on this one feeder stand the other day, but by the time I'd grabbed a camera they had flown off.

Hoe are you and Mr O. I expect that you are used to hot weather. Much as I love the sun I dislike heat much over 25 degrees C. The humidity you describe sounds even more unattractive. I would need to be permanently attached to a tub of ice-cream.

We have high winds at the moment coming from the west, so no parakeet is going to be flying your way anytime soon.

Hugs and best wishes to you ~ nick

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