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Comments (18)

Daniela Brocca on October 1, 2007

Really!Good idea!!At the time all the others members but you and me should be away.We have to wait till they come back.ciao Daniela

©Würmer on October 4, 2007

hmmm, seems somehow unfamiliar, that KLM image... ;-)

Ainars M -2 on October 4, 2007

I was surprised to see, they used our (Panoramians) Rushless wall without our copyright permisions? :DD

Daniela Brocca on October 4, 2007

I only saw the message p charged hier when he left,and I don't remember where I saw a comment from W telling he also would be away.

Ainars M -2 on October 9, 2007

Thanks for Your comments Daniela! and very special thanks for Your kind annnounces on my photos for elections! Appreciated very well!

If serious about this photo? I just thinking than posting our faces again somewhere, but just on another walls will be not interesting or at least not original again. We must invent another idea! :)

As I said in other my comments, I am too busy over my jobs season, and I cannot follow all inventions there by Forums. My weekends I walking somewhere in air and getting new photos rather than sit next to PC. Well, might be only, when long cold winter nights will come, I will stay weekends at home?

Might be You and Mr.B can follow all discusssions there? Yes, of course - Marilyn is back from her long trip and will participate too.

I will look forwards to participate there as much I can, but it depends only on my free time.

With k. regards - ainars.

Daniela Brocca on October 9, 2007

Never mind Ainars, this is not a job!

cheers Daniela

Wim de Vries on October 23, 2007

Hello Ainars, very nice photo. Maybe a photo of the Rushless in the "Dutch Mountains"bartowian :-)

Greetings, Wim

©Würmer on October 23, 2007

I still think we should get pasted on Marilyn's sugar train...

...or, on a spinnaker headsail, maybe?!? :-)

p.s. in dire need, the Photoshop squad can always paste the 'counterfaits' on serial boxes -- pays well, too, I heard...

©polytropos on October 23, 2007

"Dutch Mountains"?? Gibts sowas (ausser bei The Nits)? Habe mal gelesen, die höchsten Erhebungen in Niederland seien die von Linda de Mol. ;-)

©Würmer on October 23, 2007

...und die deutschen Grenzsteine, Mischda p.

Wim de Vries on October 23, 2007

Hier eine Liste der höchste Berge/Erhebungen pro Land, die Niederlande ist immerhin auf Platz 202 :-)

©polytropos on October 24, 2007

At least before Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania! What does Ainars mean to this situation? ;-)

Oups, he probably can't follow our geographical discourse?

©Würmer on October 24, 2007

I have the feeling they are digging in "REAL DEEP" on their eastern frontiers, up there in ELL; and if they pile the dirt up on one spot, they have to dig down only .01% to get a hill 100% higher than NL's highest... plus, they can see all the way to Moscow!

apropos sailing: I was thinking of inviting you all over, once I get back there<---

but let's get back to talking "rocks" and about how to best use Stone Mountain, Enchanted Rock, Yosemite Park's Half-Dome, Moro Rock and Morro Rock and... last but not least Plymouth Rock ("the most disappointing landmark in America" which, clearly, needs our image improvement help the most! :-)

©polytropos on October 24, 2007

Naja, sowas wie einen Plymouth Rock haben wir aber auch, nämlich den Unspunnenstein. Und dazu natürlich auch noch gleich den entsprechenden Verein --> Bilder).

©Würmer on October 24, 2007


"Am 20. August 2005, kurz nach 10 Uhr haben Unbekannte in Interlaken den Unspunnenstein gestohlen. Er war im Hotel Victoria-Jungfrau ausgestellt. Am Tatort blieb ein Pflasterstein mit einem aufgemalten Jura-Wappen zurück."

Also, nee, also nee...

©polytropos on October 24, 2007

Die Anzahl Leute, die das Ganze nicht so ernst nahmen, war nicht unerheblich ...

©Würmer on October 24, 2007

na ja, es gehen ja auch selten mal mehr als 50% zu Wahlen, klar dass das den meisten recht schnuppe war, wer da wieder mal so'en Stein davon getragen hat -- besonders im "Land der aufgetuermten Steine" (inoffizielle Uebersetzung von 'Schwiiiz')

©polytropos on October 25, 2007

Die sub-offizielle Erklärung dazu lautet wie folgt: Die alten Eidgenossen um den Berserker Willi Tell hatten soviel Land erobert, dass sie dieses zu Haufen aufschichten mussten, was zu den nun dastehenden Bergen führte.

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