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Hi Hvschie,

welcome to SkipperGuide! If you have any questions, feel free to leave me a note at User_talk:Peter or send me a message. I hope, you will enjoy this site.

--Peter 22:24, 3 December 2006 (CET)

[edit] Photos etc.

Hi Hvschie, Scotland must be an interesting location. I'm also very interested in sailing there. Hope I can manage it one time :-)

Because of the pictures: I assume, the pictures are taken by you or by friends of you. Can you add a short note about the source to the descriptions of the pictures (e.g. "picture taken by [[User:Hvschie]]")? This is neccessary to ensure, that no copyright-protected material will be uploaded here (which can bring a project like this in trouble).

BTW: I'm not sure, if you've seen my answer to your question on my talk page (User_talk:Peter)? It is sometimes difficult to track discussions on the different user pages...

Oh, before I forget it: I've added some categories to various articles. But I haven't found information about "Holy Island": is it located in England (I guess so) or in Scotland? Seems, that wikipedia knows different "Holy Islands", but not the one with this coordinates. --Peter 12:52, 16 December 2006 (CET)

Scotland indeed is a very interesting location. Not only just for sailing the Lochs and Sounds but also its history with several prehistoric standing stones and its geology. I have sailed from the westcoast of Scotland, around the north coast and further south along th westcoast in 2003. The photo's I took then are the ones you refer.
Holy Island, the one I discribe, is on the east coast of England, just beneath the Scottish border. There is another Holy Island in Scotland at the westcoast near Glasgow. --Han
If it helps you: with this link you can list all your uploaded images: http://www.skipperguide.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=Special%3ALog&type=upload&user=Hvschie&page=
At best, add the source directly in the description of the image rather than in the article page (e.g. Image:Scrabster.jpg). --Peter 12:35, 17 December 2006 (CET)