thanks, Nicolas! Right, we had a marvellous trip: all the way down from the US border to the Cabos (and back). It is fantastic: though it has endless roads and landscape abundant, the sea is never far and history left its traces ... btw: the wine from Baja is great ;-) ... excellent with the always fresh sea food ;-)
I was just exploring trhough your pics and I found this very funny one, I qualify this one as VERY FUNNY, since I believe I have a very much the same pic or same rocks if I am right, taken a vew years ago. I will serch on my Baja Pics that are not on panoramio and show it to you, so maybe we can laugh toghether, at this amazing quincidence.
Give me a few days before I find it, Thanks for those great comments about Baja, I live in Cabo and I did not know that wonderful opinion about our wine and seafood from a tourist. I agree with you about Baja, great landscaping and endless roads.
Sorry for the miss-spellings.
hi uvaldo. thanks for the kind comment & sorry for the late reply. yes, this rock formation is not far away from the highway. thus is could be quite likely that others on their way down south or up north may have also stopped by ;-) cheers, christian
Hola hermosas fotografias...solo si serias tan amable de especificar que se trata de Baja California Sur?...gracias...saludos desde La Paz, B.C.S.
thanks, viddavic! I have added "sur" to the title. btw: you are living in a lovely city ;-) ... cheers, christian
Gracias :) ...saludos VIC
no problem, viddavic: you are most welcome!
looks more like Catavina way to the north.
phil&carlota: thx 4 the note - guess, you are right: have checked again the order of my pictures from the baja trip & it must have been north of guerrero negro. cheers, c
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Photo taken in Transpeninsular Highway, Area Natural Protegida Valle de los Cirios, Santa Ynés, Baja California, Mexico
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