Peter, I know that you have put a great deal of effort into taking pictures for Panoramio, but are you aware of Google's plans to migrate to Views and close Panoramio down. As far as we can tell, the comments and groups will all be lost. If you want to keep Panoramio as it is, please sign the petition at change.org.
There are also discussions on the support forum and a group has been formed
http://www.panoramio.com/group/464501 to oppose the change.
Best wishes, Laurence
G'day,Another great photo.Like 1 from me.Greetings,Peter
Interesting perspective.Great photo.I gave it Like 1. Greetings from Australia.
super moderne anlage klasse was so alles machbar ist.
Nice shot. good job of removing cables etc. Peter
Thank you Attila98 for your help.Regads Peter.
Thank you Rainer.
Cambuskenneth Abbey was founded around 1140 by canons of the Arrouaisian order, but subsequently passed to the Augustinians. The founder was David I. Cambuskenneth served Stirling Castle, one of David’s favoured residences, which lay a short distance to the west. The abbey was the scene of Robert Bruce’s parliament in 1326, and the burial place of James III and his queen, Margaret of Denmark, in the 1480s. (Historic Scotalnd}
Excellent photo!!! Greetings from Athens.