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Guest 03-Jan-2017 20:41
hi steve my name is lance butler, from new zealand and i am doing family history for the young ones, i am related to guy goldthorpe brown who married joseph mcraes daughter catherine ,i would be very grateful to get copies of some photos for my family tree . if you could please help be awesome , thanks
artist18-Aug-2012 08:11
Hi ... you are so creative .I like your works so much....I am an artist from Udaipur , India.i paint on canvas, paper etc .. I hope we can be good friends ....

what more can i say .. except keep-smiling ..
Guest 05-Jan-2012 18:59
anyone got knowledge on Patricia Shepley-Smith of the Tate and Lyle family. She lived in West Cork approx 1964 to 1984. I think her first name was Patricia.
Jack 05-Jun-2011 13:57
I am researching Shepley/Shipley surname Yorkshire? Anyhelp would be appreciated. Also looking for a e-mail address for Claudia Shepley Smith.
Thank you
Jack 05-Jun-2011 13:55
I am researching Shepley/Shipley surname Yorkshire? Anyhelp would be appreciated. Also looking for a e-mail address for Claudia Shepley Smith.
Thank you
Guest 07-Nov-2010 23:26
Hi steve thanx for for taking time out to view my photos and all your kind comments. regards phil.
dawn 22-Mar-2010 14:04
Hi Steve, I loved your pictures of Siera Tramuntana, a small group of us are visiting Mallorca in May and I hope to be able to encourage the group to walk at least around the Pollenca end of the range? I also had a sneaky peaky at some of your other galleries and particularly loved, loved, loved Sinai and Petra, I have never been but think it is an absolute must for me now. My roots are in Scotland and my brother has lived in and around Aberdeenshire for the last 30 years, i shall be visiting Edinburgh for a family wedding in June but hope to fit in some time to visit an old friend (also a photographer) in Cour in Kintyre (also inspiried by your photographic journeys!!)
Many many thanks
Best regards
Dawn (Brighton)
Guest 17-Feb-2010 11:44
Found your contact details amongst some old papers and decided to check your site for your recent travels. Amazed to see you were in Petra at the same time as we were in December (we were actually a couple of days behind you)! We did the Exodus Week in Jordan visiting Petra, Jerash, Kerak, Dead Sea and Wadi Rum - a great holiday! Remember us from Andalucia Exodus trip? All the best. Paul and Beverley.
Guest 07-Jan-2010 05:35
sorry that was william b-1497 the william i have had two daughters isabell and dionysia thaks randy l shipley sr.
Guest 07-Jan-2010 05:33
researcxhing my ancestors i uk mirfield england i have a little info on william de shepley trying to connect to richard shepley b1467 ,william b1697 and robert b-1520? can you spare any help i live in the stated ,pa thanks randy l shipley sr.
wgoldthorp07-Dec-2009 08:05
Live in Sydney. 5 generations of us have been here since leaving Sheffield in 1880's. Going to UK next April love to meet you for a pint. Am the youngest of the fourth gen-49yrs old.
Peter Breeze 20-Aug-2009 13:34
Have just found a Til(l)yard family history link into the Norfolk Tillyard's of Robin Tillyard. Nice to be an albeit small part of this family way out on a remote branch. What an intelligent and fine looking family to be even a very small part of - the photo's are magnifcent. Look forward to checking the rest of this website when I have more time than now.
Neil Shaw 08-Apr-2009 13:49
I was very fortunate recently to see the montage of photographs from your trip to St Kilda which brought many memories back to me when I had the privilege of visiting St Kilda myself many years ago. My thanks to you for the images and Alistair White for persuading me to watch the the DVD. regards Neil.
Claudia Shepley-Smith 20-May-2008 23:02
What wonderful pictures in your gallery. I happen to stumble across this site whilst researching some family history. My ancestors were from Shepley, Yorkshire and I remember my Grandmother talking of a William de Shepley. I actually have a huge amount of family history (on the Shepley family) written in great leather bound books, which I have yet to read, deep in my parents attic. Many thanks for the information on your website.
Claudia Shepley-Smith
Claude Martin27-Feb-2008 22:44
Thank you to let me find your great galleries... A lot of beautiful places in wonderful shots to discover, it will spent wonderful moments to travel through all of it!
Bill Goldthorp 20-Dec-2007 18:16
I did not know Goldthorps had got as far as adventuring in that strange country north of Hadrians Wall, most of us have not strayed far from Yorkshire.Iknow, of one George Goldthorp of York, who was sent involuntarily to Western Australia for burglary. Any chance of seeing your family tree.
Guest 04-Jul-2007 00:26
Hello Steve,
Some wonderful pics from your sailing trips, St Kilda looks magic,
greetings from Montrose
Greg Little02-Jul-2007 20:47

Thanks for the nice comment in my Spain gallery. It was a nice trip, but never long enough! Regards, Greg
Guest 23-Jun-2007 04:40
One world. Stunning.
Guest 11-Jun-2007 09:59

My man Steve
you got here great galleries, with some great ideas!!
i enjoyed having a look
keep up, and keep in touch !

Guest 07-Mar-2007 14:42
Your work is amazing!
Jan Koster08-Jan-2007 21:35
Hi Steve,
Thanks for your kind words about my Barcelona pictures. I looked at yours and really enjoyed them. What an inspiring city! I also like your overall style in photography. Great work!
dinah saluz04-Nov-2006 09:22
Your family gallery is very impressive!
Thank you very much for the nice comment you left on my gallery.
Rathika Ramasamy10-Aug-2006 12:10
Hi Steve thanks for stopping my pbase,am glad you like it.I appreciate it.
You have excellent collection too.s..
Tim Goldthorp 09-Mar-2006 18:38
Hello Steve, i really enjoyed the goldthorp Family Tree, i was wondering how extensive your research has gotten. The reason i am wondering is that my name is Tim Goldthorp and some of the names look familiar. My father, uncle, and myself have been trying to complete the tree and are hitting dead ends. your aid if possible would be appreciated.TIM
Mostafa Moftah12-Feb-2006 05:44
Hello Steve, you have a lot of amazing photos here, I will come back regulary.
About my trip to Qasr Al Farafra I organised myself and it was great.
Best regards
wert 08-Feb-2006 10:07
well done!
Steve Goldthorp24-Dec-2005 11:38
Hi Patrick, Very nice to hear from you! Canon 24-70L and Canon 70-300DO (diffractive optics) as the 'travel lens' but not really any good for birds - I will get the 400L f/5.6 and a 1.4x teleextender. Use a higher ISO 400 or so and keep the speed up >=1000 should be OK hand held :-) I'd really like the 24mm tilt and shift lens if Santa has any spares!
Clicking on full exif gives alot of the captured technical stuff (you can also see where I forgot to switch back from the high iso setting of 3200 from the prev night!
Have a good one yourself!
Guest 24-Dec-2005 10:19
Hello steve ! Today, I discover some of your galleries, and I'm very impressed by your shots. I'll be back.
Have a merry Christmas and an haapy new year ! Patrick
SBPPhotography08-Dec-2005 23:50
Wow you have some really great photos. I have thoroughly enjoyed browsing them.
Also thanks for the kind comment you left on my photo. I think it was taken at either Sands End or Staithes. I think it might have been the latter.
Thanks again
Graham Adkins28-Nov-2005 18:22

Many thanks for your comments on my pictures.

The Hodge Close picture was taken on a recent Light&Land course at Ullswater and I hadn't been there for years, but looking at the divers websites it looks like you can get lower but I was too scared to look over the edge.

I liked your photo's of Wharfedale but then I'm an ex pat Yorkshireman.


Guest 25-Nov-2005 09:40
Steve Great pictures, and such a nice thing to do when I should be working. All best to you and Ruth. Simon. PS Do you still need a haircut!
Arnulf M. Elvevold21-Nov-2005 13:40
Stunning presentation of India. I'll be back to these galleries over and over again. Thank you very much for sharing all these photos.
Richard Haas 09-Sep-2005 14:20
could you please contact me, thanks in advance
morag brown 31-Aug-2005 19:18

Loved the pictures. Indie says thanks for making him look so handsome on film!!

Graham Tomlin27-Aug-2005 13:46
thanks for viewing my galleries, as for your question about the moon, the exposure info is under the picture, look at this,
this is uncropped. i know roughly the exposure to start taking pictures of the moon before i start as i have taken many over the years, then check the exposure on the lcd monitor on the camera, i nearly always shoot in raw mode as they easier to alter using rawshooter or photoshop. when you have viewed the picture let me know then i will take it off.
Enid 10-Jul-2005 17:06
Fantastic photos of the family in the 19th century. Wonderful to locate on Google!
tim 18-May-2005 08:30
magnificent collection of terra firma - wish we could be there...
grahamcheckley13-Jan-2005 17:13
Steve, many thanks for your note. I hope to be back in Ronda this May.
Simon 31-Oct-2004 23:55
Steve, I am truly impressed. Great to see you. Look forward to Yorkshire's maiden appearance. Simon
Mansour Mouasher27-Oct-2004 17:13
Thank you for visiting my web-site, and for taking the time to express your comments. Much appreciated. I enjoyed browsing through your photo galleries. Fantastic shots indeed!
Christina Bowker05-Oct-2004 00:31
Great photos!