Robin Shepherdson
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Born Whitby, England, 1941. Started photography with a Box Brownie at age 12 and never looked back. Now live in Montreal Canada and own a small automation company - Other interests: sailing, skiing, travel and playing bass occasionally at the local pub, together with good friends.
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ALENDE DEVASIE~~~~Thank you so much for your visit Alende, especially for your complimentary review and generous Y*+L award!

C H Bradley~~~~~A warm welcome Carolyn ;) I very much appreciate your visit and I'm so flattered by your lovely comments. The Y*=L means a lot to me.

Kind regards to you both!


Translation: no lodging here ne ka? how ya? Yes, there are places to rent on this island. I do not know who to contact but they are run by the parks department of Sabah.

Truly amazing combination of the rocks and clouds. I love your work.

I greet you with open arms Robin, you and I go back a long way and we have seen many changes, not all good!

I still have mixed feelings about the so-called benefits of this modern age.

In those far-off days, true friendship meant everything, we all enjoyed the simple things in life when the only thing that really mattered was the existence of our friends and family, a far cry from the disconnected world in which many people live today!

Thanks for stopping by, I enjoyed your comments!


Here it is - Lat 54°28'23.46"N, Long 0°48'29.23"W

Can these quaint English scenes get any beautiful?, This little town is a tourists dream.. Great photos !

A little different but much more social. I'm glad you had nice weather and I'm glad you are still producing good stuff! Takes me back to lunch time trips from the Mount School as well as the Magpie's fish & chips.

Hong Kong's air is always pretty thick - China burns a lot of stuff, and then there's the HK traffic, combined with a humid climate. It's unusual to see more than a mile.

On Whitby fish pier, I noticed that there are a bout 2 fishing boats left and i see the comments in the Gazette about it. The fleet added a lot of character to the town but we can do without the smell!

Hong Kong is one of the most photogenic places. This scene is typical. I was there when you commented - showing my sister and some friends around

Runswick was always a favourite spot of mine and I'm happy to publicise it a bit. The prospect of a pint always makes a picture look better though!

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