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Third-age amateur photographer and landscape painter based in the north west of England. I have really started to notice birds and nature in detaill for the first time and I am excited and pleased by my pictures of even the most prosaic examples of wildlife. When I look at some of the amazing images on Panoramio, I realise how much I have to learn and how far I have to go. As they say, "Enjoy the Journey."

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You're right Jeff, Skype is brilliant and if you have a locked up phone so is Viber! :)


Cheers ol' buddy - David

photo which doesn't leave the viewer indifferent


Punto di vista eccellente, molto bello. YSL. Mi piace la tua galleria. Sei tra i miei fotografi preferiti. Cordiali saluti, Sergio.

Punto di vista eccellente, mi piace molto. YSL Cordiali saluti, Sergio.

I love the beauty and simple intracacy at the same time! Thought my friend Chad would love this!!!

A very pleasant place. It seems that the modern and flashy world did not come here - and let it remain as long as possible. I see very interesting photos in your gallery, the compositions which are for me favorites. like

Greetings from Poland - Zygmunt

Nice view and composition.
Best wishes, Manup.

Nice shot.
Best wishes, Manup.

Jeff I like to think of the British robin as _ precocious_ :o)

The American Robin is not related at all and only gets its name because of its red breast. But they seem to like worms just as much as the European variety. They work in small flocks, perhaps half a dozen and up and they skitter out of your way as you approach.

Their song is wonderful. A poignant reminder of the beauty of the wood thrush still to arrive from its wintering place.

Enjoy - David

We passed through Bakewell a couple of weeks ago Jeff, nice place for a walk along the river eating fish and chips..Like..Regards Richard


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