deutlich zu sehen, die Überreste von Wällen und Graben . Das Strauchwerk war zu einem undurchdringlichen Hindernis verflochten.
Sperrweke dieser Art gab es überall an den Fernhandelswegen Man findet sie oft noch in Flurnamen , z.B. An der Landwehr.
Yes, this is me and my wife, Pu, during our trip to Myanmar in Dec 2013. Very interesting country. I want to go back and visit the far north.
netter Versuch sich die Bildrechte unter den Nagel zu reissen.
This is a repeat of my earlier comment.
Gordon Bailey said:
This is another photo of my late wife, Dorothy Bailey. I believe the diver in the background is John Taylor another friend and member of the TS-AC, taking close ups with his Nikonos.
Again, I would be pleased if you would contact me at: email@example.com so that we could discuss this most interesting discovery I just made. I was an avid underwater phtographer making most of my own housings in those days. I have hundreds of UW phtos taken in Thai waters between 1966 and 1976.
This photo shows my late-wife, Dorothy Bailey and friends in the TS-AC. I would have also been on that dive. I would be interested to learn how you obtained this photo. If you took it, I would have known you at that time as well. But, I am now 80 years old and may have forgotten.
Another photo in this series shows my wife underwater, but not as the caption says looking for sharks, but looking for shards, or shells.
Would you kindly contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can chat about this fascinating discovery about the past.
danke, wird geändert
P.S. Deine Bilder sind großartig !
Belle.. Ambiance.** , Portuaire.. - Merci.. du Partage..
Greetings from India, Anupam
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