The bridge Peneus river - Larissa

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River of Thessaly, Penaeus (argyrodinis, vortex, according to Homer) took its present form, after removal of the once high-water lake in Thessaly, rift created by the valley of Tempe. According to mythology was the son of Ocean and Tithyos and father of the nymph Daphne, the priestess of Mother Earth. Daphne chased by Apollo, and when it arrived plead Mother Earth, which set it aside and instead left a laurel plant. The Peneus was also the father of the king of the Lapiths Ypsea. The river Peneus is the final recipient of nearly all streams crossing the Thessalian plain. It flows from the Pindus Mountains, at the height of Malakasio and crossing the Thessalian plain, flows into the Aegean Sea after a 258 km route.

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Pom' Angers on May 20, 2012

YsL. warm regards, pom'

fairway1 on May 27, 2012

Wonderful!....great colors, Like

Onofre Pimenta on May 30, 2012

Composição de especial e grande beleza. Trabalho muito bem feito e de grande talento. Show de beleza e sensibilidade. Parabéns. Gostei muito. Obrigado pela visita e comentários. Opimentas, de Goiânia, Brasil.

Buts Yuri on May 30, 2012

LIKE-48! Greetings from Ukraine! Yuri.

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    by Thanasis Germanos
    • Camera: NORITSU KOKI QSS-32_33
    • Taken on 2012/04/25 12:46:56