Jim Mills
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✭ Jim Mills - (formerly "beamish boy") - A philosophical wanderer of mountains and wild, beautiful landscapes for many years. Now I hope others can experience a small taste of those wonderful places, at least visually in these mainly old pre-digital photos. ✭ As well as the outward journeys partially depicted in these photos, there may be detected an inner journey, influenced by these outer journeys. You, my fellow Panoramio friends and visitors, are all part of this greater journey that we all make. ✭ These are more than just photos, they are also a chronological documentation of my travels, where I live, and the passing of the seasons. ✭★ I now have a companion site at this link: http://www.panoramio.com/user/513158 ✭✭✭ PLEASE FEEL FREE TO VISIT MY EARLIER PHOTOS. (PAGES 2 - 35) YOU MAY FIND SOME HIDDEN GEMS THERE! ✭✭✭

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Hi Andy. Thanks for the YS and Like. Better late than never! Keeping okay, but fed up with Panoramio. After it was supposed to be "saved", I've noticed that none of my recent photos are shown in Google Earth or Maps, even though accepted for such. Hence hardly anyone views of them apart from old regulars like yourself! Nor can you change the position of a photo and it be shown. Don't see the point in uploading photos if this continues!

Anyway. All the best - Jim

Magnífica, fantástica. L+F

Christos, thank you my friend!

Warm regards, May

Christos, thanks a lot!

Best regards, May

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Thank you very much Sensei Sunsay. Best wishes - Jim

Itallica II - Thanks again Tery. That was a great day's walk and scramble.

Andy Rodker - Thanks again Andy. Life is as well as it can be at my age, I guess! May be taking a trip to Crete in September so long as Greece hasn't fallen into revolution after the recent EU debt negotions!

Best wishes to you both - Jim

Interesting tale about the Absinthe Andy (never tried it, tho tales of past artists getting brain damage may have put me off!) and the hint of your slightly murky past! A bit surprised you even got it past the Andorra/Spanish border. Last time we were there the custom checks were pretty strict! Best wishes - Jim

KennyW - Thanks very much Kenny. Thought I'd make an effort again now that I've formally heard that Panoramio is going to survive!

Itallica II - Hi Tery. Thanks for all your comments on my first newly posted photos for over a year! Do you think Panoramio is really safe now?!

Best wishes to you both - Jim


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