Aurais bien aimé pouvoir te mettre les photos prises pour mes cinquante ans à Pommard le 9 août 2014 Pom' sur ce site!;) Pas la force d'aller jusqu'à 1000 ... La suite du voyage se fera sur Ipernity. Je suis heureux de pouvoir continuer à échanger avec toi ailleurs dans le virtuel ... en attendant de se rencontrer dans le réel sans attendre un GAP à Gap! Am' Ch'
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Kamalakar Anthati - Many thanks for your visit into my photo-gallery and your comment – Best regards from Athens
After the first petition with 10.500 signatures, in June 2015 Google said that "Panoramio will stay alive". Now just one year after that declaration, they decided to close Panoramio forever. Any sense of credibility is totally lost, together with our work !!!!!!!!!
We can still fight for the preservation of this platform! The address for your protest: Alphabet Inc. Attn Corporate Secretary 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is also our Latest Petition in Change.org, but recent history is proving, that only with petitions we can't do anything, if Google doesn't want to hear anymore our voices.
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Very beautiful picture! L+F.*
Thank you for sharing many years , with everyone of us, so many feelings and emotions. I loved the whole community. How can you get in a small cell computer a whole world of memories and emotions which are contained in the conversation of each photo, where we were all as one and one was the all community ?
I am from November 2008 and I thought Panoramio will be eternal. My best regards to you, dear friend , you are one of my favorite photographers and I wish you all the best in world.
Thank you very much Andy for ysl. The first time I was here fifteen years ago, I found a really fascinating place. It was an absolute chaos, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, donkey carts, noises, smoke, loud music, strong smells of spices, young men with snakes in the neck, huddles of people listening to a storyteller, tooth pullers, etc. Then the square was not paved and there were a lot of dust. The set was for me an experience so incredible that I will never forget. Today the square is paved and there is a little more order, but it remains a fascinating place. Best wishes, Carlos.