petercurry thanks for visiting. About the title: You are maybe too young to know this words, they are a variation of the very popular sentence of Neil Armstrong, he said on 21. July 1969 when setting as first person his foot on the moon: "That's one small step for a man, but one giant leap for mankind." :-)
Congratulations "Neil Armstrong", good title and gooood shot. Those words are part of the history of humanity....When I visited Cape Canaveral, I met Aldrin in a conference, it was very interesting. Greetings from Santiago, Chile. Paty.
I'm glad you're back with your witty titles / comments / answers...
... to say nothing of the dog!
Thanks Patricia, eme GP-ZG ... ehm which dog? Did I miss something?
I just intended to add something like "...to say nothing about the pictures that are perfect as ever...", but wanted to omit sleazy ode-like "bravos" or "congrats" or "blue-ribbons"... that you actually don't need.
"Three Men in a Boat... To Say Nothing of the Dog" - (Jerome K. Jerome)
GP-ZG, thanks for your kind comments. As I said at another place: "Life is too short to be serious."
Btw: Thanks for your book recommendation.
Good humour, nice collection. Congrats ! Christake
chris takes a look. - Thanks christake for visiting. :)
Jou mast bii wann of se waalkwatschers!
... rather a watschwaalka.
We used to name that/those big feet (especially the girls'): The Patagon Feet
When I look to the worn foot of that lady, the sentence "you may kiss the bride" get a complete different meaning. ;)
Now I've checked Wiki to find that: >"Patagonia" was interpreted to mean "Land of the Bigfeet"<
According to you pic, you must have been their successful clone!
(According to you pic, you must have been their successful clone!)<<
Yes indeed, he´s a successfull clown!
Great photo!, I like it too much.
Yes!!! A one very good shoot! Originality and Ingeniousness to 1000!Cheers,esseil
:-D, dear polytropos, we should open a very very private club called "Panoramian Long Legs" , PLL. Everybody is welcome and may candidate for the most unstable position; three cathegories: two legs on earth - one leg on earth - without legs ... special group: on hands upside-down... Panoramio doesn't take any responsability about broken legs, broken arms, broken necks.. an so on... about broken heads, we consider that candidates already got a hit on it... :-))) Cheers Annick
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