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With the demise of our beloved Panoramio I fear a lot of friendly connections will be lost forever. Certainly the contributions and historic comments from those no longer with us will disappear due to the greed of a company that thinks it above the "don't do evil" creed it supposedly set itself. I am on Flickr And may soon be on Ipernity. If you visit and have a different user name, please identify yourself!

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Thank you Dana

So you have noble heritage, Keith? Just think, if things went slightly differently, you could have been Norwegian! ;-)

So pleased that you liked this one - the crossing from Scotland to England didn't affect me as much as it usually does. :-)))

Cheers, Amelia

Hi there, Steve, and thanks for your lovely compliment, I have passed Sabrina many times and thought it was high time i pointed the camera towards her. ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

Steve. D Perhaps this is the German equivalent to the Barry Scrapyard Steve ~ Thanks for your YSL and yes I'm sure that it would interest Peter ~ all the best ~ nick

Fine foto is this building of tears. L Greets Jos

Nice long exposure - just long enough to give the water some movement without turning it into the silky mist. It looks a fascinating place for a mooch about!


Thanks Amelia. We had never seen a flower like this before, with such compexity. It took a bit of research to find out that this is where passion fruit comes from.

Cheers, Keith

It was tempting, Amelia, but we had about 3 and a half hours to get round the monastery, eat, drink and take photos. I think the walk would have taken too long, especially they way we stop every 20 metres or so to take photos.

Mwah! Keith

His halo has slipped! A great songwriter, never to be confused with Ivan Neville



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