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Just came across some information you sent me in 2002. That means it is about time I dropped you a line :) I sold my last bike (XR650R) about a year ago and still miss it on a nice riding day. Hope you are enjoying your retirement as much as I am !!! Regards... John D
I sent you a post on your comment page today (april 25,2019) I hope you have a chance to take a moment and read my post to you .Its been some years ago that we both chatted about a couple of your photos . Please write me back as soon as your able . Thank you always Sue Halling
Thank you Ian for visiting my gallery and is so nice in meeting U in Pbase. Thanks again for your comment. Wishing U and your love ones here a very warm and happy 2015.
I emailed you a couple of years ago. About a stained glass memorial window at St Simons & St Judes Anfield Road Liverpool. In memory of a son and rest of crew, pretty sure it was a Halifax Bomber.I was at its dedication in the Boys Brigade 10th Company. Went back to the Pool with my wife and eldest daugher. The church had been demolished and am still looking fo the window. Your site is terrific and I regularly go through it hopefully. Thank You once again and Very best Regards Ken Berry. We live in Christchurch now as our three daughters husbands g/childen & g/g/children are all down here.
Anita,Another curious hobby,from the immediate post war period,my father used to make radios,as a hobby!
Anita, just thought of another link.Your first radio was a Phillips; my mother's maiden name was Phillips.How weird is that?
Hi Anita,Sadly we're not related to the shop owner,we spell our surname "ie".But,there are a few curious links to your tale.1.John Cooper used to work at the same place as my maternal grandfather.2.During the war my father was taken out of Glasgow Uni.and brought down to London,to test radio components at a firm called Morgan Crucible Co.,then beside Battersea Bridge,just across the road from the place where later John Cooper and my grandfather worked.Lastly,my father when staying in London during the war,stayed with relatives at 9,Havana Road,SW19,just off of Durnsford Road and no more than 1/4 mile from Arthur Road.Also,my little sister now lives in Somerset Road,SW19.Who'd have thought it.?
Hi Ian. I've just viewed the photo of Arthur Road Wimbledon on John Cooper's website and noted your comment about Dalgleish Radios. Are you related to the owners? My family home was 92 Arthur Road and I bought my first transistor radio - a Phillips costing £14 - from the shop in about 1964/5. It took months to save the money!
Fantastic series of photographs documenting the Wealdway: Some stunningly beautiful images. Oooh Itw as just like being there Ian. Fantastico
Your photography is very impressive; much of it reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick (whose cinematography I admire particularly that of the film Barry Lyndon). With Rangers in the Irn Bru rather than the champagne league can we expect on the spot action photography when they play at Annan's home ground?
Hi Ian. Thanks for all your recent comments, much appreciated. How is Romford weathering the current economic crisis? Will try to respond when time allows. Regards.
Hello Ian, you eye for catching a great composure from almost anything is quite outstanding, inspiration to broaden my horizons. Keep sharing please. Regards Dave Barnes
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp
Hello Ian. Just wanted to keep in touch. Great photos in your web site.
Hope all is well. Best regards. Jeff K
Brilliant pics, just spent a few days on Dunstable downs and was V impressed with Totternhoe castle so I googled for pics. It's difficult to give the feel of a place like that in a pic, the spectacular views always seem to get flattened, but your pics were by far the best (other than those from the air of course). Thanks for sharing (I know what a pain it can be downloading umpteen pics!)
I make longbows so I always view castle tops from a perspective of 'how far would an arrow read from here'! (Google 'delsbows' if you want to see my bows)
John Elliot photographer on pbase.His landscapes are very good.see
Ian, your photos are so beautiful, many thanks for sharing them.
How do I get permission to use some of your fantastic photos? Since retiring I joined a watercolour painting class and always looking for extra special photos to practise with - though your photos are worth framing on their own!! Views along theRoding Valley in particular.
Seeking permission to use some pics of essex in a slide show on my website for the Pudney Family from essex.
I live in australia, so unable to take any photo's.
Your photo's are great and would look really nice in a slide show.
I will make sure you have recognition for them.
Views along Roding Valley and Missallaney "representative" gallery images would make
two nice wall hanging hung together because of the colors in the two that match. I was
looking at the recent galleries you worked on when I saw this and thought I would let
You have some beautiful landscapes especially of Kent.I think I could live there.Best wishes
If you can spare some time, I would appreciate very much your comments on the gallery:
Hope to hear from you. Thanks.
Hi Ian. Thanks for the many nice comments in my galleries. Hope 2009 is off to a great start for you. Cheers. Greg
never met you but im sure i will enjoy my course to the full!!!
on your visit to Canterbury you got some photo keyrings from me the day before you left - thank you for mentioning your site, i have really enjoyed seeing your photos - i hope to see your Canterbury gallery soon :-)
you really do have a talent and i hope that you continue with those early mornings because the results are incredible!!
i also hope your daughter has a great time with the RS at Uni, i've really loved my course and i'm sure she will too :-)
all the best,
Ciara (the Keepix girl!!)
Never actually looked at these properly before turns out you are as good as they say!
Proud daughter :)
Deena Mary Jones
What a lovely set of photographs which I have thoroughly enjoyed viewing. Thanks for sending the web address.
Great galleries and outstanding work! Beyond wonderful!
Ian, Thanks for your kind comments and suggested locations for my Shropshire pubs gallery.
Ian, it was great meeting and chatting with you today at Barking. I have enjoyed browsing through your galleries and intend to visit them all in due course. I have registered with the site - it's a good site.
Gorgeous capture of the 'sunset near Abridge'
Ian, Thanks for your comments.
Very nice gallery Ian
Your stuff here makes me want to go out and take some pictures right now.
Hi Ian, some fab galleries, love the sunsets, keep it up!
Larry & Linda Dunlap
Thanks, Ian, for the generous remarks on our England gallery back in mid-March. Your encouragement was much appreciated. My ancestry is Scot, too - Dunlop in Ayrshire. Unfortunately, we don't have a gallery from there; by the time we reached Scotland, we'd run out of time, money, and empty flash cards (they were expensive back in 2004). Certainly hope to get back to the UK someday soon; your photos and others have made us realize how much more there is to see. In the meantime we'll keep adding to our Wisconsin/Minnesota galleries. Thanks again.
Ian, just to let you know the lenses arrived today. Thanks again, I really appreciate your generosity. This is an example of the PBase community at its best. Cheers Nick.
You have great stuff here and I'm a little jealous to be honest.
Thank you for your comments in my gallery. I have enjoyed yours very much.
thanks a million for beautiful comments..
Hi Ian,So far I have only looked at your North Yorkshire Gallery and what a journey it was. I have also added you to my favorites list for future returns. I look forward to my next visit with pleasure. Many thanks for your kind comments about my galleries too,Ian. Thank you,best wishes Graeme.
Thank your comment~
Hi Ian. Thanks for the comments and critiques. Another version of the tree shot:
Hi Ian, thanks for passing by my galleries.
You have some some wonderful galleries Ian, a pleasure to view. Will be back for more!
Hi Ian, you have an impressive collection eventhough preety small in number. Thanks for sharing.
BTW...who the heck is Dave Beedon?
Hi Ian. This is the second time in two days that I've had some confusing messages. Thanks (I think) for the comments.
Great photo of me and Floss Ian. Some good photos on your website Stuart
An impressive collection of gallries with some stunning pictures. Look forward to seeing more.
very nice photos, excellent work
Thanks Ian for your kind word on my work, I do so love to take wildlife pictures, fortunately our area still holdes a lot of differant animals to photography...
Ian, thanks for commenting on my photos. To get involved with stuff as weird as this (
) shows great courage. Please continue making similar inputs as long as you can endure it: I need all the hits I can get. :-)
Thanks for your comment Ian, hope you enjoy your visit to Scarborough, there are lots of photog opportunities up here on the NE coast.
I enjoyed viewing your galleries, especially the scenes of the City of London.
Good job removing the flare!
Very nice galleries, beautiful colours and lovely light, thanks for sharing, Helena
Of all the great Pics what I liked best were dog rose,windswept fields, Sunset from Passingford Bridge roundabout, Oscar and single swan in shade.
Some terrific stuff here. A really enjoyable gallery - composition, atmosphere and a sense of place.