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Dundee Stu


6 September 2004

Spent most of the day trying to sort out my computer and my photographs. I have been having problems with my PC, so I wanted to make sure everything was backed up before I opened the machine out for a damn good vacuuming - it's amazing the amount of dust that accumulates inside these cases! Had to phone Liam's school and talk to his guidance teacher about some problems that he seems to be having with some older children: I had to break Liam's confidence, but I couldn't leave it. Hopefully the situation will be resolved soon. Fingers crossed. Liam brought Joe over today, which was okay, since it gave me the opportunity to go down to the riverside and take some photographs and talk to Liam about his day. We discussed his problem, and he seemed quite relieved when I told him I had spoken to the school - it was what he wanted me to do all along.

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Jill07-Sep-2004 23:52
OMG..I missed this..excellent.
Mattana07-Sep-2004 20:34
Love the colour of the light. So beautiful.
Guest 07-Sep-2004 20:10
Sweet end to the day, both picture & story. It must have been quite worrying. The cars make it for me in this pic; usually they tend to ruin sunset shots but the reflections add to the picture. I like it.
northstar3707-Sep-2004 19:45
Lovely time of day. Hope Liam is fine. I bet he is.
Dominic Kite07-Sep-2004 12:21
First off great shot - it really is a cracker.

Definitely think you did the right thing with your lad - these things have a tendancy to overwhelm, especially when it's a new school too. Good luck to him.
laine8207-Sep-2004 12:20
Great image Stewart. Love that golden sky. I hope all Liam's problems are quickly resolved & good on you for being the wise parent.
Argishti Khachik07-Sep-2004 09:20
fantastic shot Stu. Love the colors and the composition.
Zak07-Sep-2004 08:19

hope the school stuff works out...
christianl07-Sep-2004 05:26
Very cool picture!
Great mood!
Jude Marion07-Sep-2004 05:02
What a great photo! This is such an amazing sky! I really like the monochrome here!
Cheryl Hawkins07-Sep-2004 05:00
Michael Cempa07-Sep-2004 03:50
nice moody image.
Karen Leaf07-Sep-2004 01:55
I think you caught what you were after, Stewart-the photo is outstanding, for all the reasons listed below, but also correctly reading/resolving Liam's problem. Bravo to both.
Guest 07-Sep-2004 01:36
Very peaceful. Too bad the cars are there.
Guest 07-Sep-2004 01:30
Nice golden image.
Gayle P. Clement07-Sep-2004 00:31
Beautiful color and composition, Stewart.
Guest 07-Sep-2004 00:14
Beautiful! Nice color and scene...
Herb 06-Sep-2004 23:50
Great shot
Robin Reid06-Sep-2004 23:13
Excellent Stewart. I like the mood of it!
Gary Blanchette06-Sep-2004 23:02
I agree with Jude. I believe you have out done yourself this time...
Katie Chew06-Sep-2004 23:01
Well done!
jude06-Sep-2004 22:50
Stewart, I think this is one of my favorites of y ours.. I like how the water and land are equally divided.. with the pole reaching toward the beautiful sun beams coming down. The monochrome look here is perfect.
Larry Ahern06-Sep-2004 22:44
Wonderful image! Well done.