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Guest 04-Jan-2010 22:27
Beautiful Pictures! I worked there on an Earthwatch expedition. Also decended from Nest's daughter Anghared, who's Castle is 2 miles away in Manorbier. I love your tritone and the pics. you have lined up along the seawall up to the Castle. Windows are great too!
Guest 14-Aug-2008 20:11
i was in Spain a few yrs ago.I went and was lucky enough to stay at the Alhambra,in the hotel inside the grounds.There were only 4(?) rooms i think and we got 2 of them! I have never in my life been more taken with a vacation spot than i was with The Alhambra,and The Mesquita.I hope very much to return one day.Your pictures are beautifull.
Marcela 14-Jun-2008 10:17
Thank you for the ocasion you offered here: to be again in south of Spain!
A stroll every weekend, today: Frigiliana!
Stay great,
God bless!
GUEST 26-Mar-2008 23:18
Bob Sidbeck 19-Mar-2008 17:55
Excellent photos of Ronda! You obviously love it there. My daughter..who was born in Rota...saw the sunflowers on the website for La cortijo las piletas and said we needed to stay there a few days this May for 0ur 25th wedding anniv. My wife thinks we're staying a hostal as I haven't told her yet where we are staying. Just great to see more photos of where we'll be going. Been to Ronda...25 years ago.
Carlos Blanco 02-Mar-2008 14:08
Muy buenas fotos Frank, algunas me han dejado totalmente impresionado. Espero algún día hacer fotos tan buenas como las tuyas ;)
CamperTravels17-Jan-2008 21:07
Excellent Gallery Frank, I came across it when searching for imagies of Cenarth Falls that I spotted on the map when looking for places to visit on our first visit to South Wales for the week before Easter. Can't wait to get there you given me so many places to visit and inspirational idea's
Guest 27-Jun-2007 13:22
One of the best photo collections here.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 07:17
Impressive I must say.
Colm 17-Nov-2006 22:32
Hi Frank,
I stumbled on your site here in Ireland.

You are very talented and it inspires me. Thanks for sharing such beautifull works.
Guest 17-Nov-2006 03:49
Your photos of Ronda are so exquisite I can hardly wait to get there (April 2006)
Steve Richards 28-Jun-2006 19:36
Hello Frank, came across your galleries whilst searching for pictures of Pembroke Castle. Just would like to say how brilliant your photography is. (and,much better than what your snooker was down the powerstation club!) Best Regards, Steve Richards, Pembroke 04-Jun-2006 12:09
Félicitations pour votre travail!
Dori 21-May-2006 16:39
Good site. It would be desirable to return again and again!
Bill 24-Mar-2006 06:05
Hallo you! Great web site. I found exactly the information I was looking for. I will recommend your page to all my
Mike Hadley 05-Dec-2005 14:13
Hi Frank you have some great images I have been coming to Pembrokeshire for nearl 25 years so you have marvellous surroundings to start with,keep up the good work
mr joe 29-Oct-2005 20:38
the site is beatiful
Susie 14-Sep-2005 10:01
Wauv! Really beautiful pictures! I live in Frigiliana and see lots of pictures of my beautiful village. - These are super!
Susie (guide of Frigiliana)
Naturephoto Monique12-Jul-2005 22:52
Hello Frank, wonderful galleries you have!
Best, Monique
Ida Zachrisson 23-Jun-2005 21:05
Hello Frank. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to look at your amasing pictures. I would really like to hear about your opinion about the city, that is due to the fact that I am goint there to study myself and have a hard time finding people that have been there. Would be really thankfull if you would be so nice and write me an email with a few words about Vejer.
Cheers Ida / Sweden
Frank26-Aug-2004 21:22
Thanks Richard. The camera is a Canon 10D, and I use a Hoya 72 filter.
Richard 26-Aug-2004 04:53
Frank I love your IR pictures. The castles look fantastic. I was hoping you could tell me what Camera you used and which IR filter.
gary roberts 13-Jul-2004 18:20
Hello Frank, You may remember visiting our "Celtic Images of Pembrokeshire" Gallery recently? Thanks for the tip-off - the lens certainly sees both ways in your case...
Look forward to seeing you when you are our way again - but do phone first.
Best Ann & Gary (o1437 - 711110)
barb berlin 30-Jun-2004 17:49
Frank, I am a cousin of yours. My mother is Alice Jean Sleeman Jones, her father was Charles Thomas Sleeman - your uncle. I loved looking at the pictures of my grandparents.
Grammas name was Helen Kirk Ferguson. We called her wee-gramma. I live in Michigan, USA. I had sent an e-mail to Laurie with a little info on myself and my siblings. My mother had visited with my oldest brother dan and his son danny. I only wish I had been able to travel with them. I do not think mom could do another trip. Her lungs are bad and her oxygen level is not good.
I look forward to hearing more about your family. Barb Berlin
Edward Norton 30-Jun-2004 13:18
Hi Frank,

Sorry for not getting back sooner when you asked "Where are they switched off in Fire fox? A fan of both Firefox and Thunderbird" on ephotozine. Well I've just figured out how I did it! You need to install Adblock extension. You can get it from here
Once installed, right click on an image and select 'AdBlock image' and as if by magic it's gone! Makes viewing ephotozine far more agreeable.


aka kit-monster
Patricia 30-Apr-2004 17:40
Thanks for your honesty, it's appreciated. And your pictures are awesome:-)
Frank14-Apr-2004 17:25
Thanks for the comments, very kind. Am I allowed a few critical comments in EPZ now? ;-)
I won't go into the reasons for not having any photos there now, but I'm glad you approve. :-)
Leadingshield 14-Apr-2004 13:23
Hi Frank, Just had a great time looking at your photos as you suggested. You might remember me from "ephotozine". Brilliant work might I say, I absolutely loved all the infra-red shots, outstanding. Some of them should be turned into posters, I certainly know I would buy one. A very clever man, you have a good grasp of Photoshop too, maybe one day soon I may get the hang of the fundamentals of photoshop. Keep up the great work.
David 11-Apr-2004 18:09
Hello there again, I pressed the wrong key by mistake last time. I just wanted to say I liked the pictures of the stained glass windows. Just for accuracy the spelling of the village is B O S H E R S T O N, in south Pembrokeshire. The big window is above the altar, and depicts the 9 important stages of Christ's life and death. From left to right as you look at it, bottom row is the Annunciation, the birth, the baptism. Middle row shows the Agony in the Garden, the crucifixion, and the burial. Top row shows the resurrection, the ascention and the pentecost. Best wishes, Dave
David 11-Apr-2004 18:02
Hello there,
Susanne & Carsten Dieterich 05-Mar-2004 21:29
Hello Frank,
we had now a look on your website.....and we like to say there are a lot of very nice pictrues on.

Well done.


Susanne and Carsten ( from EPZ)
Hans Klamm 01-Mar-2004 23:25
Hi Frank,

I enjoyed your photos very much. Thank you for the beautiful pictures from Pembroke and Andalusia. I`ve already thought about posting my Wales photos as well but I first have to scan them because I have only started to go digital about a year ago.
Thank you again for the great work you did.
Hope I can provide a name for the `unknown beach´ sometime soon.


Jeff Cochran01-Mar-2004 17:20
Hello, I enjoyed your photos.Thx for sharing. :)
Frank19-Feb-2004 22:51
Thanks! Hey, you are going back a bit now, I can't even remember what I did to that photo! ;-) I have not visited that site for a long time. You'll have to remind me, have you got a link?
Janet 19-Feb-2004 15:14
Your photography and retouching are remarkable. You have a magnificient talent and very practiced eye.
In one of your old retouch-pro images (the mardi gras one), you used a technique that is compelling and fascinating. I'd very much like to learn how you did the mosaic work. Impressed is putting it mildly.
Keep up the good work.
Frank02-Feb-2004 09:09
Thanks, I have sent you an e-mail.
FastUno01-Feb-2004 23:27
Frank, I love your fish shots!!! Where did you take them, in an aquarium or pet shop? I personally love to take those kind of shots, problem is when I go into the pet shops they chase me out & the aquarium is too dark! I would like to know more about the equipment you use.

Check out my site & let me know what you think

Thanks for the inspiration.
Arif Khan18-Jan-2004 22:11
Great photos of Spain. Enjoyed the visit. You are lucky to live in Europe near so many treasures that you can visit relatively easily. Keep it up!

Arif (Montreal)
Tidy 13-Jan-2004 22:25
Dear Frank, Your photographs of Ronda do it justice to no end.
Having visited Ronda numerous times and conversed with the survivors
of the Spanish Civil War, the few photographs that you have posted of the
town bring back fond memories, I must say Sir, OUTSTANDING WORK!!!!
Please post more if you have them no matter what condition they are in.
In advance, thank you so much.
Frank05-Dec-2003 09:49
Thanks Thierry! The latest shots are all with a Canon 10D. What orange bird?
Just looked at your gallery, I'm jealous, Bali, Japan, Phillipnes etc. :-(
thierry magne04-Dec-2003 22:19
a lot a lot of beautiful picture in your galleries,what an eye! what camera do you use,I wonder how you could approach the orange bird!
annie 17-Oct-2003 13:37
Hi Frank,

I've just bought a house next to El Cobijo in Vejer.........I just love your photos - esp the one of Rosa, Pedro and Juan.

Thank you for sharing your FANTASTIC photos.

Guest 12-Oct-2003 13:41
wonderful photos, especially the spanish ones.
Frank12-Aug-2003 15:36
Thanks for the comments!
Phyllis Stewart11-Aug-2003 22:21
Frank, I especially love the photos of the kids, and your restorations are excellent!

I have added a restoration forum to my new site...stop by and check it out! The address is and there are lots of friendly folks there you know!

We have retouching and restoration challenges as well as photo art and straight photography, and even four photo games. Not to mention the site is free. I hope to see you there!

Frank31-May-2003 23:45
Francisco, muchas gracias por el cumplido. A juzgar por su página web, usted es un trotamundos, Argentina, Cuba, etc. Le envidio. Y unas fotos muy bonitas. A propósito, perdone mi español, soy inglés y mi español dista mucho de ser perfecto.
Un cordial saludo.
F García Robles31-May-2003 17:15
Me gustan tus fotos
Jane 29-Apr-2003 09:23
The photos look amazing, what a fabulous day! Thanks x
Jane 29-Apr-2003 09:21
The photos look amazing, what a fabulous day! Thanks x
Anna 18-Apr-2003 17:02
Thank you very much. I'm glad you remembered. :-)
Guest 14-Mar-2003 11:31
just been looking at the website - got it up in class and the kids think how boring it was to have only grey and white clothes! The website is a really good idea - I've enjoyed trying to guess who's who.

julia whittle
marilyn 01-Feb-2003 11:47
Sue whittle and I have been looking at the photos and have reached the conclussion that the pic of me in garden with strange child is not one of my finest could i request that it be removed and possibly replaced with something just a tad more flattering and thus reduce the cringe factor. Have a few more oldies here that you can add to the collection.
Frank07-Aug-2002 22:47
I agree with you about the flowers. I thought it was, but not sure. It's the first time I have tried them and I couldn;t find the packet! I knew it would only be a matter of time before someone put me right! Re the people, I don't know, perhaps Carole knows, she seems to be the expert om matters of family.
Glad you liked the snaps. I have been talking with Andrew on the net, on matters of computers and photography, seems we are into similar things!
Five to twelve, past my bedtime!
marilyn 07-Aug-2002 20:41
the flower that is in your garden and you don't know the name of is nigella or love in the mist
great pics does anyone know who the family are, the old one with man woman and kids
The names of the people in the other old one Tony(girls with frilly dresses) are
mother--Alice Father henry kids george,charlie,jane,ivy,
Laurie 07-Aug-2002 17:23
Brilliant, brother!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Keep them coming!