Christos. Thank you very much for dropping bye, and for your kind comments on my Photos. Regards from Scotland.
Excellent indoor photo!!! Greetings from Athens.
Fascinating perspective and nice colours - Kind regards – Christos
Another cracking shot. A big like from me. NikonWoman
You may have guessed by now that it is a "upside-down" photo reflected in a small pond of a very historical House close to where I live. I am always trying to get away from the norm.
Best of luck with the New Gear bye the way, and I am eagerly waiting to see some of the results.
Hi fellow Pano member! trikermike here, I just put a misplaced message on this photo of yours as I was 'walking' along the Clyde. Please excuse the caps, my keyboard is in a bad mood with me and I did not notice as my eyes are dodgy.
I have added you to my favourite photographers list so I can return at leisure to view your great collection in your gallery.
Feel free to write to me (if it is nasty, use the PM, so you won't get a bad name!
Many happy shooting trips,
Hi G.Mak No problem, but I would have thought you would have chosen something a bit more cheerful looking for your Phone. I took the Photo while browsing around the Southern Necropolis over in the Gorbals area of Glasgow one day, I love old Cemeteries for there derelect character. So sad though that they fall into such a state off disrepair. That's life I suppose!!
No problem G.Mak, I see by your tags that you do a fair bit of moving around, what is your home base??
Reinhard, All the best from Scotland, and thanks for the invite to the Outer Hebrides Group. The Hebrides are one of my favourite places to visit, and have traveled to there on several occasions.
Wineguy, thanks for the comments, although I am now in my seventy's I stayed in the Youth Hostel at Tobermory back in 2009 with another 5 Guy's and the Mishnish was our watering hole. To recover from a days walking.
Thanks again. Joe.