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Another great photo! Nice composition with the clouds and tree in the foreground. I see you are a Utah vacationer too - amazing country down there. Best, alicia

Hi Mary Alice.So glad you stopped by for a visit.

Glad you're loving 'the Big Moose' picture. We are kinda cute together aren't we? I should have used that name as my panoramio user name, thebigmoose.

We've got to get Paul to get all the band kitted out in the camo shorts look. We'd all look like -Stormin' Norman Swarzkopff-.....all except you my dear. I wasn't suggesting for a moment you had fat hairy army legs. I'm sure your legs are a picture of outdoor activity heaven beneath your camo skirt.

See you tonight over at Pauls. Listen to us, my wife thinks we sound like a couple of kids arranging to meet up at someones house around the corner (block).

Cheers, Rob

Many thanks for your visit mystery-35.

Cheers, Rob

Whit a big,braw,bonnie, Hieland Lassie! I wonder if she`s good looking??

Hi again Claus. I'll try to be less modest in future if you think I have a good collection of photos.

Though we get at least some sun in England, this day was highly unusual for a mid February day. The last time I saw sky as clear, crisp and blue, I was 8000' up at Bryce Canyon, Utah; not 400' in grotty, damp England. I'm glad you like it as it's a favorite of mine too. Thanks for the visit again.

Cheers, Rob

Thank you Angel for your comment. Greetings. Yves

You can almost hear a distant whistle from 'The Good,The Bad and The Ugly' or was it 'A few Dollars More'. Either way, I felt like Clint for a day.

Cheers, Rob

Vielen Dank, May, Luud und Wim! Schön, dass euch der Schmetterling gefällt! May, ich hoffe, dass du bald mehr Zeit und, wenn nötig, auch einen neuen PC hast, um deine Urlaubsfotos hochzuladen. Hab dich schon bei Panoramio vermisst!

Viele Grüße, Anne

Hi Jim, good to hear from you again. Everything you say is so spot on. These citys that have little room left can go only one way; up! These tower blocks really are amazing feats of engineering, and the fact that somebody can sit at a draughtsmans screen and plan it all out down to the very last light switch. How do they do that? How much stuff do they have stored up in their heads. Amazing.

Hope you have a good weekend mate, although the weather forcast is looking a bit grim again. I hate that it's good all week and then when Friday gets here, it turns crap again. Typical.

Cheers, Rob

Hello again Anne. Thanks for the kind comments on my H.K. photos. That skyline is amazing and it just got better and better as the night drew in.

I have done some traveling these last few years. I do enjoy seeing a bit of the world.It's my 50th birthday next and I want to go somewhere special to mark and remember it by. I'm struggling with what to do that will be unusual and worthy of the occasion. Any suggestions will be appreciated?

Many thanks for your visit again Anne. As always I value and enjoy your comments. Cheers, Rob


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