What are you looking at ?

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Comments (236)

♠ Christian Latorre on May 23, 2008

Ha sido llamado la polinesia de chile por la similitud de los rasgos de sus habitantes que se cree fueron los que colonizaron esta isla. Llamada "El Ombligo del Mundo".

kübra gül on June 8, 2008

çok güzel bir fotoğraf,çok ilginç,ilk kez görüyorum dünyada böyle bir yer olduğunu'süper':))

吴震 on June 20, 2008

复活节岛,很好

kiren on June 22, 2008

it looks like real people cooooollllllllllllllllllll

ojojgalang on July 2, 2008

very talented people who made this thing... i think there is a meaning for this... jG

grantallpress on July 26, 2008

this is easter island their language is called maori ,i found this set of fotf innepal der

Michele - mik on August 19, 2008

Bellissima, sembrano al cinema! Michele

Paul Ion™ on August 19, 2008

Beautiful picture!

abdoux on August 19, 2008

very nice picture best regards.

Francisco José Sánch… on August 19, 2008

Very nice shot. Congratulations. Regards from Spain.

arif solak on September 4, 2008

hello ))

very nice your photos ...... please visit my photos galaria…

Denizli-Çivril-Işıklı Gölü

Greetings Arif

jeff_msn123 on September 8, 2008

a888♠.

They have been looking for something. But, they get nothing up to this moment. is it meaning of life? :) :) :)

Best regards, Jeff

jeff_msn123 on September 9, 2008

Hi a888♠

Winning the contest is your life meaning. Your life are very simple. You should be a very happy human being. I have given you my votes on your photos that I like. Good luck.

In Hong Kong, there is a naturally formed stone on top of hill in Shatin. Its shape looks like a woman carrying a baby on her back. People said she is waiting for her husband. It is called Amah Rock.

According to a legend, the faithful wife of a fisherman climbed the hills every day, carrying her son, to watch for the return of her husband, not knowing he had been drowned at sea. In reward for her faithfulness she was turned into a rock by the Goddess of the Sea so that her spirit could unite with that of her husband. Similar legends abound throughout the whole of China — the number of "Mong Fu Shek" rocks in the country is a great one. Many Chinese classical poems were dedicated to this kind of rock.

The rock is a popular tourist destination; the whole Sha Tin District can be seen from there. It is also a place of worship for Chinese women and stands as a symbol of women's loyalty and faithfulness.

Best regards, Jeff

David “Pintor” Villa… on September 11, 2008

FANTASTICA, SALUDOS DE SPAIN

pier luigi baglioni on September 24, 2008

Gracias por las fotos y la envidia por el viaje.

Saluti da Genova, Italia.

Eva Kaprinay on September 24, 2008

Good shot, good title :-) Cheers Eva

Jose Daniel Quintero on October 5, 2008

Incredible!!!

Greetings from Colombia

ThoiryK on October 10, 2008

Thank you all for nice comments on this photo. On July 11, 2010, there will be a five-minute darkness in the middle of the day over their heads. Let's see if that is what they are "looking at". They might stand on their feet and start waliking towards.......

marisadechile on October 11, 2008

July 11 is my birthday, maybe they will give me a litle walk as a present... Greetings from Chile, Marisa

Antonio Cristerna on October 16, 2008

such a place. Good angle.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on January 4, 2007
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    by ThoiryK
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D70
    • Taken on 2005/04/11 22:04:53
    • Exposure: 0.002s (1/500)
    • Focal Length: 116.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/6.300
    • Exposure Bias: 1.00 EV
    • No flash

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