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Terry J. Graham
Thanks Johnny for visiting my little corner of Pbase and leaving a comment about Sam and Me, it was very much appreciated and now I am off to look at your work.
Thanks for your comment on one of my pics; appreciated. I've enjoyed looking at your galleries. Best wishes. Graham
Greetings John ~
I just wanted to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest and Healthiest of New Years!
I've been having a nosey around your galleries and you have some great pictures (and sense of humour). Looks like a lovely part of the country. Marking as a fav to come back.
I can see why you love the country life - it looks like a little slice of paradise where you live, and you capture that feeling so well. It was a very pleasant journey through your galleries.
Thank you for your nice comments and the great compliment on my June gallery.
I keep going back to your galleries for an update, you have such a great way with words.
A nice collection of images. Well executed. I appreciate your stopping bye my gallery as well.
Great diversity in your photographs. Beautiful location and images- it has been a pleasure to view them. Keep up the great work!
I have so much enjoyed your galleries and your great sense of humor. You live in such a beautiful area and your photography shows it off well. Thanks so much for your nice comments... I very much appreciate it!
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
Nice Pictures Johnny, Got the link after you posted a comment on one of mine and thought I would take a peak. Looks like we like walking in similar places. The viaduct shot I took at Bishop was after I finished my Nightshift, so a bit of good luck being up at that time of the morning. Keep it up.
Thank you for your comment on my Brackets
Love your galleries
The Feminine Perspective
Thank you for your comment on my shot of the new East Hetton Lodge (Kelloe) miners banner at my online photography groups website :) How on earth did you find it so fast?! I'm off to have a look at your galleries now *lol* Clare
Thanks so much for your recent comments on my pictures, John.I really appreciate you support. Best wishes and keep walking in that beautiful countryside of yours!
All the best, David.
You've reignited my passion for art. Ty!
Ian Paterson Photography
Great collection of pics, love the fungi! Ian
Very nice pictures of Bollihope. I lived there for 11 years before moving to London - bit of a culture shock thats for sure! My folks still live on Whitfield Brow. Its nice to see photos of where I played as a kid.
Tears to my eyes...almost.
Thnaks for visiting my photo of the sun:
I would liked to have got in closer to the Sun with my 12-24 wide angle, but these things get *very* hot so I decided to take a long shot with my 85mm. Next time I will wear an asbestos suit and take a 10.5mm fisheye. Cheers Adrian
I just want to thank you for your comments, they make me happy!
One of your photos is the festive front cover of The Grain Division
Hope you think that's really cool.... if not let us know.
i really love the springador its the 1st time i have seen them and they r sssssssssoooooooo cute!!!
Found your pictures when I saw your comment on another gallery, love 'em.
Thank you for both your nice comments on my potd gallery!
You have wonderful galleries,all fabulous images, well done!
Great work on your galleries, i will view again .
Hi Johnny, I really enjoy your galleries and sense of humour! I will be back. Thanks for the visit to my site. I really appreciate it. Es
Sehr nützlich, informativ und anschaulich!
from slatey ford stay on the high ground to west of fineburn walk down stream till a point you can alighn fineburn house chimneys walk down steep slope approach yew tree from down stream 'the last of the broadwoods ,enjoy.
really enjoyed the black and white shots, good work.
thanks for taking a look on my site , you have some great pics, will be back for a better look, neil.
I used to live within a few hundred yards of Joes pond,at Chilton Moor. The photo was actually taken on one of the other man made ponds on the bird sanctuary, so I am not strictly correct in my description. I was up on the Stanhope Burn fells on Saturday last and got some nice shots, but struggling to find time to process and upload. PBase kind of takes over your life. Hope to get them up by the weekend.
Just discovered your pages after clicking on your name on a friends site. will be back to discover more and enjoy later.
Thanks for the Angel of the North comment.
I've been meaning to look at your galleries for ages... -- and now I've discovered that you live and take photographs in one of the most wonderful places on the planet, I'll be back for lots more!!!
Hope it stops snizzling....
Thank you for your kind comments and vote.
Jonny, I keep coming back to these for another look. The photos have a personal touch to them that I really like, and "the lonesome pine" is a great study.
Thanks for the nice compliment...
Thanks for your recent comment re Crazies Hill, not sure where the namr originated, but it's how I feel too with Christmas approaching!
You have some great galleries, love the Glamour girls especially!
Thanks for your kind words.
Hi Johnny, you have a great compositional eye and have given me inspiration to try a different approach to my own pics.
johnny, thank you for the nice comments on my "Valley of Light" photo, much appreciated. Cheers! Stanzman
Hi! Thanks for your comment on my pad for today. I posted a b&w copy for you. :)
Hi Johnny...your photos bring back lots of memories for me...I was born in Stanhope many many years ago....well many anyway...the railway ones really interested me as I used to travel on that train as a child...to Stanhope to visit my grandparents on their farm...Belle Vue
I am now in Canada and have a pbase site...
Keep up the great work....I shall keep checking in on your pics.
Hi there Jonnyjag,
Many thanks for your kind comments, your english landscapes are great, i enjoyed looking through your gallery .
Indeed Mandys' baps and buns are good enough to eat. How's the dumplings?
The views are beautiul, Holly is crazy, Johnny is a genius, and Mandy's home-made bread is to die for....
Johnnyjag, I have enjoyed seeing your photos very much. In the USA it is difficult to compete with the incredible subject matter you have captured of such timeless places! Thank you for sharing them with us. Johnny Angel (Amateur radio station W4XKE, Crossville, TN USA)
Benoit Durocher Photographie
Hi Johhny , thanks for visting my gallerie. I was looking your pictures and this one is my favorite , for the colors and the subject :
I Like your images very much, there is no such thing as an idiot proof camera your technique is spot on.
Have really enjoyed the few pictures you currently have displayed and I am looking forward to seeing a lot more. You have picked great locations and subjects. You have done a really fine job. Keep up the good work. Keith