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Hey Paul..Nice to meet you!I grew up in Hull...Westbourne Ave West...went to Bricknell Ave School..then Welton High..Now i am in California...love seeing the Parks you photographed where I hung out all the time.....Loved the place..I was Anita Towle back then...born 1939
I am a volunteer at Skidby Windmill and wondered if I could use a photo of the flooding at Lockington 2007 for a small exhibition about weather at the mill.
Hi Oddlegs (Paul?)
I run a community website about Skidby Village and I was wondering if amongst your collections you would have any photos taken around the village which you would consider allowing me to display on the site? I would of course credit your work and add a link back to whatever URL you preferred. I recently featured a couple of photos of the mill at night by a photographer called Neil Hutchinson. Feel free to check the site out : www.skidby.net
I have so much enjoyed looking at your photos of Cottingham. I'm not a local; I hadn't even heard of the place before today. But I live a long way from home (from what used to be home), and your evocative and beautiful photos have eased my homesickness a little. Thank you.
Do you have any photos of nile st hull, you have been close to it looking at some of the photo's. I particularly looking for picrures of Thomas Robinsons 25 nile st
Hi Oddlegs, I am pleased to have come across your galleries today. I enjoyed looking through your galleries and have added you to my favourires list, for return visits.
Being a native of Hull, now living in Australia, I was particularly taken by your collection of old Hull images. Now I see they've been withdrawn. Any chance you'll be putting them back up anytime soon? My wife and I will be in Hull on 24th September 09 for a few weeks and my aim is to try and dig out what I can about old Hull...never know when we might get back again.
Regards, Martin (ex Selby Street and Wheeler Street)
hi oddlegs where have the old hull pics gone and the wanted photographs underneth for people to ask about nick cox hull
Hi Oddlegs. I am interested in purchasing some of your pictures - could you please e-mail me on email@example.com to discuss further. Thanks.
hi oddlegs i would like to download a photo from this group of old hull can you tell me how , or can i buy some from you
Greetings from California and many thanks for sharing these brilliant images with us all.
Thanks Oddlegs for sharing, especially the old Hull pictures. Priceless! I just spent a most enjoyable half hour looking through them.
Hi just found the Hull photos, what a great set of old prints. I went to uni there and my daughter now works at the hospital. I would appreciate higher res versions if possible.
Thanks have circulated site to friends
did u use to go to leo schultz school ?
What a wonderful selection of images. I shall pass these on to my mother, who grew up in Beverley, and therefore obviously spent time in Hull.
Do you have any historic images of Blundell's Corner showing premises of a company called Rose & Co? The reason for my asking is that the company is still trading, and sees its past as an important element of where it is today (a pleasant change!) I'm helping to put a web site together for them, and an old image would be a huge help. If you've got one, we could talk about permission/fee etc. I look forward to hearing from you.
Greetings from Kempsey NSW Australia, what a great site, good to see all the familiar places, I have spent a considerable time hunting through the photo's of Yorksire Coast, Driffield Show etc,. Being an Ex Pat from Bridlington they have brought back many memories, keep up the good work.
Hi Oddlegs, greetings from Sunny Nelson, New Zealand, My family emigrated from Hull in 1974, born in Hull in 1937. I have thoroughly enjoyed viewing your photos, bringing back many memories of Hull and giving me an insite into the present Hull, as I have not been back to my birthplace since leaving. Congratulations, please keep up your good work, Maurice Hamson
Hello! Just found your galleries for the first time. What a treat! I especially enjoyed your architectural photography;always nicely exposed and with excellent composition. The landscapes and your other 'well seen' images are also great. It will take me time to look at it all, but I am anxious to start. Lovely stuff. Cheers from Colin @ pbase/agripix
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Hi There! Thanks for posting your pics with the Tamron 18-200. I've been thinking of getting this lens, and your pics are helping me decide! I have the Tamron 28-75 which is my favorite lens, but I'd like something for travelling that is more of a 'do all' lens, as you said. Have you done any testing with any of your other lenses to see how the Tamron at the 200mm compares with others? I have the Sigma 18-200, and it seems to be more like 18-135! Thanks for any input.
Thanks Nigel, very kind of you to say so.
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