Amelia Royan
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Look closely and beyond, for there is so much to see. Look both at the beautiful and the plain and record what you see, for things change, sometimes rapidly and sometimes imperceptibly. Nothing is ever quite the same again. Please do not use a copy and paste comment. I would be far happier if you expressed your views on a photo in an interesting and original way, then I would be more inclined to visit your gallery. The Google Translate function works well, so the use of English is not necessary. Friendly wishes. Please - no more invitations to groups.

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HAHA, Hi Dear Amelia, I JUST WISH one of these was mine:) I had to grab this sot as passed over a bridge. A lovely area of Charleston, South Carolina....we spent a long weekend there recently, a wonderful tourist town now, with many sights to be seen!! I laughed up here when you mentioned that you read the speed limit sign and thought it was your level in the parking garage. Can't we do just the funniest things, I do for sure, but hey, makes life laughable:)) it is so good to see you here..... Returned HUGS my friend ~~~ Sarah ~~~

Dearest Amelia forgive me for this late reply...Iam so sorry, we've been busy with some appointments up and down the road :) so Pano has been on the "back burner" for a bit...and more events scheduled for medical issues with Mr. O. Its so good to see you, you me happy when you drop by...Ive not forgotten you nor your gallery, and will drop by when things settle down here. Hugs to you as well dear friend....Sarah

I find if you leave it a few days and then have them review it a second time then your painted fire hydrant or firework display or lightning strike_ will generally get into GE and like Amelia says be enhanced accordingly.

I feared this actually may be made from logs and was busy thinking which book on basic 20th century tunnel construction I should send to you when I read the description. Phwew.... that was close.

Oh... nice shot too - David

Interesting and beautiful picture L+F

Je suis ravi que cette photo te plaise Erik. Au parc de la Hotoie, près du zoo d'Amiens, j'ai vu deux cygnes qui formaient un cœur parfait, mais le temps que je dégaine mon appareil photo, leur histoire d'amour était déjà terminée. Amitiés, Christian

Bellissimo scatto, Daniela!!! Ha il fascino delle stazioni antiche, dei grandi viaggi transalpini, dei treni vicino alle montagne, dei luoghi di confine. No, il traforo del Gottardo non oscurerà quello del Sempione, come giustamente dite tu e Gian. Piuttosto evidenzierà la nostra arretratezza in tema di trasporti ferroviari. Abbiamo linee che risalgono all'800, linee internazionali ad un binario unico (GE-Ventimiglia), linee non elettrificate (quella della valle d'Aosta). Un abbraccio

Hi Nick, Tiffany, Amelia, Alan, and Joao Paulo,

Thank you all so much for your visit, nice comments, and awards on this picture. I am really honoured! More importantly, I think it is a memory for all concerned in the mission, not only the aircrews, but the engineers and planners behind it. A visit to the dam would not be complete without pausing for a moment and listening to the sound of those engines forever engraved in the stonework.

Best Wishes Peter

Marvellous capture,Ahmet. Beautiful sky. YSL. Best wishes. Jack.

Nice collection of old work horse's here Rosa, nothing like the modern automated and heated models of today. nice to see you named them :-) LIKE. kind regards, Bill.

Preciosa fotografía en un bello lugar. Me encanta relajarme en el agua. LIKE y FAVORITE Saludos cordiales. Chaydeé.

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