Kermor beach

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Jens ||©Δ↨|| Germany on May 18, 2011

This should be french atlantic coast? Cannot believe it... Looks live a caribbean dream LIKE1


Greeting ... JENS

BritPlom on May 18, 2011

Thanks you Jens!

The différence with caribean beaches is the water temperature!

Greetings François

Jens ||©Δ↨|| Germany on May 18, 2011

I hope temperature is the only difference ... This beach is really amazing ... JENS

BritPlom on May 18, 2011

it is, Jens!

François

Oleg Timofeev on May 18, 2011

"austere" ушла и наступило ласковое время ))) С улыбкой из России. Олег.

BritPlom on May 19, 2011

Thanks Oleg!

Dušan Bezděk on May 19, 2011

beautiful...many greetings Dušan like

ƤōƝƓ on May 21, 2011

Bonjour François,

Very beautiful beach on a peninsula. LIKEd


As per your question, an underwater shot of one of our Pano friends from Thailand was published in a commercial boating magazine without his prior knowledge. He found it by chance at a book stand and was shocked and angry. So he called the magazine and received only a promise to publish an apology message at next issue. In Thailand, many people don't quite understand the concept of right, as well as copyright. The law is there but those people just still don't think it is wrong to copy an image, which is someone's work online, remove the copyright watermark and slap it in a magazine. They don't expect the author would find out either. He said he would be even proud if his work appears in a magazine that will be seen by a million even it is free of charge. But he needs that respect, not an insult. Launching a lawsuit is the last thing one wants because it is such a lengthy and complicated process here.

FYI

Regards, ah-p☺ng

BritPlom on May 21, 2011

Thank you Ah_Pong!

Panoramio could (after estimating the gravity of the infringement) do the lawsuit for you!

Greetings François

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