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All images in this gallery (except those otherwise indicated) are © David Ian Wilson. Some rights reserved. Please contact davidianwilson{at}telitec{dot}com regarding commercial licensing. Current Cameras: Canon EOS 60D + Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Canon EOS 650D + Canon 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Canon EOS 400D + Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Fuji X20 Formerly: Kodak Instamatic (original metal version), Fed 4L, Yashica Electro 35CC, Pentax K1000, Pentax ME super, Olympus XA. Olympus C-1400L, Canon Powershots A40, A95, A620, A650is

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Thanks, Beatrice. 2009 was very bad for tourism and retail in Spain. The Costa Blanca was particularly badly hit. Hopefully things will pick up a bit this year. If you want to open a shop - now is the time! Plenty of properties to rent or buy available! The Arenal seems to be the worst area as it is TOTALLY reliant on tourism in the summer months. Javea old town and port have a level of all year round trade from the resident population. The Arenal during the winter is dead, dead, dead...

Thank you. I'm often in the countryside but I never seem to get this sort of shot ;-)

Get it right Wilson. its bloody wonky!

Neon lights attached to the outside of an art gallery which is on the Thames Embankment, round the back of the Oxo Tower. If you zoom in on the map you can see where it is. Ive placed the pin quite accurately on the shooting position- This is the view to the South West from the pin position

Cats do have amazing hearing. "Oi, get off of that sofa!" bellowed from six feet away will go unheard, yet the slightest scrape of a tin opener or rattle from a box of cat biscuit will be picked up from 200 yards away.

HAHAHA!!! Saw this one linked in the "photo critique" forum ... couldn't resist taking a peek. Good stuff - well done!

Regards,

Kevin

aka Playa Las Marinas

muchas gracias Greetings from Javea, SPain

An insect, obviously, but not a bug (Hemipteran), but an Orthopteran. Bugs suck (literally!) Orthopterans (grasshoppers, locusts and crickets) chew. Best I can do. You need an expert or keen amateur entomologist to identify the species.This one looks like one of the solitary locust species to me.

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