@MaxFarrar Thank you... :)
It looks like a little piece of New Mexico transplanted to Southern England
This is an absolutely great pic. May I suggest, though, that you tag it with Earthship and Ecohouse. That would help people to find and view it.
If you're interested, you can look up my pix of the Brighton Earthship in England which strangely looks like a little piece of NM transplanted to a green and pleasant land.
This is a great picture of someone collecting materials for their house. I suggest that you ought to tag it with Earthship and Ecohouse, though. If you're interested, take a look at my pix of the Earthship in Brighton, England. It looks like NM transported to a Green and Pleasant land.
Thanks Hamoode. This is an amazing arch in an amazing place. I would have liked to see the original bridge over the Tigris.
هذه الصورة لطريق امدرمان دنقلا محطة أم الحسن ( قهوة أم الحسن
Thanks for your reply. It will remain an enigma. Yes remember doing this trip, Khartoum to Merowe via Korti, before the Eid. In a lorry with 50 or more others jammed in the back. At one point sitting right at the back of the lorry with a Sudanese gentleman hanging onto my legs so I wouldn;t fall out. Getting stuck in the sand and taking an hour to move 100 metres, with the sand ladders. Exciting times - it was 1983 and there was no tarmac at all ! Once again great pictures and thanks for posting.
Here is a better picture of Faiz in Panoramio which did not get accepted by Google Earth: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/7316728.
Hola Luis: If I understand your request, you would like more fotos of Chunchucmil. Sadly, I only have the ones I posted to Panoramio, which you have seen there. I was using a film camera in those days (2002) and was conserving film.