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wulsy

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  • Ring a Roses

    Wonderful work Pauline !!!
    • 5 Jun 2018 7:24PM
  • Rosy Rose

    Beautiful Pauline !!!!
    • 26 May 2018 1:54PM
  • Sunlight & Berries

    Nice work Pauline,
    • 4 Aug 2017 6:28PM
  • Waiting for the bus

    Lovely image !!!!!!
    • 27 Sep 2012 7:28PM
  • "Autumn on the Bonnie Bonnie Banks"

    Beautiful capture Ronnie, Scotland at its best !!!!
    Kind Regards Jim
    • 23 Sep 2012 5:30PM
  • Lumsdale Falls

    Very nice indeed !!!!!!
    • 11 Sep 2012 8:33PM
  • Loch Arklet Sunrise

    Beautiful image, probably was me you passed on Sunday morning at Loch Ard
    Regards Jim
    • 20 Feb 2012 8:10PM
  • Hi Darren,
    First of all sorry for posting my b/w image on the movement challenge, my mistake i did not realise it had to be taken after the start date of the challenge, however it did give me a chance to browse your portfolio which is just fantastic, again sorry for my mistake
    Kind Regards Jim
  • Hi Davey thanks for the comment on my Bandstand image, taken about 7.30 am, 13 second exposure manual setting
    Regards Jim
  • Thanks for your very kind comment on my Snoop image,
    Regards Jim
  • I have spent the last hour looking through your portfolio Allan, i must say im impressed, the images are outstanding, a pleasure indeed !!!
    Regards Jim
    • Posted on allanC's profile
    • 11 Aug 2009 7:10PM
  • Sorry John for taking so long to reply on the East Kilbride Photo,this is a man made loch used for paddling boats ,its situated i think at College Milton in East Kilbride,thanks for looking in,had a look at your archive im well impressed !!
    Regards Jim
  • Hi Colin, re- Falls of Dochart,this is actually above the Capercaillie,next to the clan Mcnabb burial ground
    Regards Jim
    • Posted on colin's profile
    • 26 Dec 2008 10:04AM