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WELCOME TO MY GALLERY :)) Hello my name is Stephen Drury . I have been a Motorcycle mechanic for over 30 years and I am now working as a self employed B.M.W motorcycle specialist .. i am married to Hazel and we have an 19 year old son called Luke. ....I love taking photographs as an hobby and my subjects are varied but enjoy taking old buildings of interest and landscapes with a few aircraft and steam engines thrown in but all very much in an amature capacity so will let you decide if they are any good or worth a look so please browse at will and i will be happy to hear your comments .. my early scanned shots were taken with a Zenith SLR and my later first Digital shots were taken with a KODAK Z650 followed by a Canon EOS 1,000D using an 18 ~ 55mm lens and also a 55 ~ 250mm lens ... upgraded now and at the moment using a Canon EOS 1100D and an 18mm -270mm Tamron lens also a Tamron 75-300mm at times Best Wishes to all on pano .... steve I HOPE YOU HAVE ENJOYED YOUR VISIT :)) "CLASSIC PANO" AVAILABLE HERE FOR NOW ... http://www.panoramio.com/do/disable_acrylic_ui

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Hi Tim and now a YS-L from me to go with Sarah's what a lovely church and shot of it

best wishes .... steve

Hello Tim my "like" returned here on this beautiful spring shot

best wishes .. steve

My YS-L returned here Tim on this lovely shot

best wishes ... steve

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Liebe ♥ Grüße sendet dir der bayernengel.

Thank you Fevronia for your visit and kind awards. It is really nice to hear from you!

Best Wishes Peter

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Thank you Andrey i am pleased you like this shot :))

best wishes ... steve

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Good to hear from you again, Derek, and many thanks for the very kind compliments. You would never know but there is a road somewhere under that sand! - leading to a small military base up on nearby Faraid Head.I was here about 7 years ago and the road was plainly visible then. Only signs now are the occasional tyre marks. My sister, unawares, was walking along the beach when a car came towards her. She thought, "Bloody liberty!" and refused to move out of the way. Strictly, I guess, he did have right of way but, thankfully, didn't press the point too far!

Best wishes, Brian.

Thanks again, Derek. Your theory very convincing - frightening!

Best wishes, Brian.

I like this picture ☼ greetings → Marek-Ewjan

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