Teleportation Module

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Comments (20)

Mark Highton Ridley on July 5, 2008

A strange, alien craft hovers above the teleportation module, hoovering up its contents.

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laughingmackerel on July 5, 2008

excellent H-R ...well seen

Mark Highton Ridley on July 5, 2008

Cheers, LM - I said I was trying to find a good viewpoint to get a decent shot of the National Marine Aquarium - just shows what you can find if you persevere!

Tom Lussier Photogra… on July 24, 2008

Great capture HS. Love the sci-fi reference. You gave me a good chuckle. (hoovering? I guess that's vacuuming to us Yanks) You have an amazing eye for picking up patterns and structure. Do you see in black and white? :) Nice work.

Best regards, Tom

Alexandre Serain Shu… on August 28, 2008


pal_sandipan on August 30, 2008

Extra ordinary shot. Voted.

Rainer Warzecha on February 21, 2009

Hi, Ive voted it for best of Panoramio and gave a star- and i do this seldom! This is a precious shot. At least your B/W are astonishing... Rainer

Mark Highton Ridley on February 21, 2009

Thanks to you all for such nice comments, glad u liked it! Tom Alexandre Pal Rainer


Salvatore Clemente on February 23, 2009

Interessante taglio ed ottimo B/N.

wx on March 29, 2009

Another great one and fave of mine! Cheers, wx

Marina.S on June 27, 2009

Wow Wonderful

Mark Highton Ridley on November 13, 2009

Thanks Salvatore, wx and Marina - I'm really pleased you liked this one :)

Lauraentodaspartes N… on February 6, 2010

stunning B&W plus some nice clouds

Mark Highton Ridley on February 6, 2010

Thanks Lauren ..and greetings from the UK :)

larryanttila on March 14, 2010

I really liked the Orcs out of Mordor, but this is the one that teleported me from Google Earth into your worldview, and I will be back. Thank you!

Mark Highton Ridley on March 15, 2010

Thanks for that larry - I can see from looking at your montages why it would appeal :)

larryanttila on March 25, 2010

I have seen a video clip of a secretary bird landing in a gusty wind. It looked rather comical with a long scrawny neck and legs and feathers pointing every which way. On the Nazca Plain there is a symbol that looks very much like a secretary bird. People have been told that it is a condor so they see it as a condor. They take pictures and label them “Condor”. Who is telling you what things are, what you see, what you should photograph and how it should be labled? The answer to that can hardly be found by looking at my montages.

lemonranger on October 17, 2010

Quite a rude image, from my angle.

TonyWalker Studio4t1 on August 17, 2012

Hi Wonderful shot. I LIKE it. Greetings, 4 t ⃝ N E

Mark Highton Ridley on August 17, 2012

I'm glad you liked it, studio4t1 - thanks for the visit :) - Greetings from Plymouth! @lemonranger - there are one or two similar amongst my collection, to those who look.

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