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I don't have a photograph, but you can have my footprints. There upstairs in my socks.
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A quick view of scrimmy's recent activity.

  • Shove Penny

    tuppence now....ah well thats inflation Grin
    • 15 Apr 2017 1:26PM
  • Beach Sheep

    Indeed they were Sandy Grin
    • 2 Apr 2017 3:29PM
  • A Thousand Seagulls or More

    • 21 Mar 2017 7:55PM
  • Girl on harbour wall

    nothing to worry about...it will just be a photographer
    • 5 Mar 2017 7:43PM
  • Autumn

    a nice light there
    • 1 Nov 2016 9:13PM
  • Bride with Sunflowers

    Thank you for the comments and a special thank you to youmightlikethis for his user award
    • 17 Apr 2016 7:02PM
  • Dana & The Wooden floor.

    • 24 Mar 2016 3:07PM
  • thank you for all your comments and vote. Special thanks to Keef and Savvas for their user awards. Grin
  • stunning shots from what I've seen so far...maybe one rainy day I will get the chance to go through your whole portfolio Smile
  • nice portfolio ...... particularly like your travel/landscape images. That's not to say your wildlife is not good Smile just not my thing. I'll keep an eye out for future uploads.
  • a super landscape portfolio
  • A wonderfully stunning portfolio
    • Posted on wolfy's profile
    • 7 Nov 2012 12:25PM
  • excellent portfolio sir.....good to see such varied subject matter all superbly photographed.
  • Superb portfolio, a delight to view.
    • Posted on pronabk's profile
    • 16 Apr 2011 1:23PM
  • I have just spent a very pleasant afternoon browsing this absolutely stunning collection of images. Thank you for sharing.
  • just checked your portfolio and i now see, no excuse needed Smile great work
    • Posted on DaveGu's profile
    • 29 Nov 2009 8:39PM
  • Thank you for your comments on my Falls of Dochart photograph Ian. I wanted something different, so got out on the rocks, pointed the camera down stream, low viewpoint and captured that shot.