Band of Steel in the Sky.

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Comments (220)

Harry Taggart on June 9, 2011

Thank you NAVSHA, they also can make long car parks when things go wrong.:=) Many thanks for your nice comments, best regards scally.

stefano - NO VIEWS ! on October 6, 2011

beautiful shot lk

Harry Taggart on October 6, 2011

Many thanks stefano, best regards scally.

WiJarn on October 11, 2011

Very nice shot. Like

Greetings from Thailand.

Harry Taggart on October 11, 2011

Hi WIJARN, Many thanks. I have saw your Country's floods on the TV a moment ago. I hope that you are lucky enough to avoid them and my sympathy goes to all those people that have lost their possessions and homes. best regards and good wishes Scally.

ƤōƝƓ-not going to Vi… on October 11, 2011

Hi Scally!

I saw this comment of yours by chance and would like to express my gratitude for your sympathy for the people of Thailand.

Usually considered to be a natural disaster-free country, Thailand has never experienced a flood of this monstrous scale. We always see on TV either China, Australia, the Philippines or the U.S.A. under 2-3 meters under water and scary mud slide and thought (sigh) we were so lucky to have Vietnam shielding us from tropical storms. And we would never be under such situation. But things may no longer be the same.

2 years ago Thailand went through a worst drought in history.

Compare this...

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/52996559

with this...

http://www.panoramio.com/photo/52996565

Now anything extreme can happen at your doorsteps. Who knows one day Thailand could see snowfall on the mountain.

Thank you again for your well wishes from Thailand.

Sincerely, ƤōƝƓ

WiJarn on October 11, 2011

Scally, Thanks you very much.

At my home in Chon Buri. No floods, as with other areas of the country.

Best regards from Thailand.

Harry Taggart on October 11, 2011

Dear ƤōƝƓ,& WIJARN. We all tend to think we are living on solid foundations, But when you think the thin crust of every moving land that is heaving across this spinning Globe, and only shielded but a very thin layer of breathable air, that is being massively polluted by humanity,and is the foundation for all our Industrial strivings? it is a wonder that anyone can sleep at night? :=)) cheers scally

Arolldo Costa Olivei… on December 10, 2011

Bela foto!!! Arolldo

Harry Taggart on January 12, 2012

Sorry for my late response Arolldo, many thanks and best regards scally.

Paolo “Canpao” Canna… on April 22, 2012

Excellent perspective and interesting architectural structure.L 62. Good sunday, Canpao

Harry Taggart on April 23, 2012

Hi Canpao. many thanks for your nice comment. This is a 6 lane motorway bridge. Best regards scally.

Manup on April 30, 2012

Teriffic, excellent stunning view. LIKE. Greetings, Manup.

Harry Taggart on April 30, 2012

Many thanks for your very nice comment Manup. Beast regards scally.

Joan Felip on May 8, 2012

Nice scene Scally, excellent prospect.

Like!

Harry Taggart on May 9, 2012

Many thanks for your welcome visit and nice comment Joan. best regards scally.

Le Xuan Hung on May 21, 2012

Attractive scene and fine composition. Amazing perspective and cute capture. Nice photo and title. L(65).

Greetings from Vietnam, Le Xuan Hung.

Harry Taggart on May 21, 2012

Many thanks for your very nice comment Le Xuan Hung. Best regards to Vietnam, cheers scally.

Itallica II on May 31

where is this going?

Harry Taggart on May 31

They built this to replace the road that broke up every winter with pot holes. Saved £1000,s on car repairs. Terry.

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  • Uploaded on August 21, 2010
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    by Harry Taggart
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-FZ28
    • Exposure: 0.010s (1/100)
    • Focal Length: 4.80mm
    • F/Stop: f/2.828
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.33 EV
    • No flash

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