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.
Max, we had to think of that aphorism quite a lot while in town. A few miles inland - completely different.
I resized this stereo pair to fit on a screen better a month ago and resubmitted it but It wasn't accepted. Go figure.
You can see it in Panoramio anyway.
I saw this statue a few years ago on a trip up the West Coast. It's Lincoln studying for his law degree as his horse slowly finds the way home.
If he could read a book without causing an accident, I guess it wouldn't have been a problem for him to text Mary or call his friends on his cell phone if cell phones had been available in those days.