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The "face" down at the lower left of the pile is striking. It could be off an ancient temple!

Interesujący zwierz L.

Was für'n Komiker :-)

More likely Black-bellied Whistling-Duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis) with big populations further south. Red-crested Pochard (Netta rufina) listed as accidental on N.E. U.S. coast. The Black-bellied Whistling-Duck is expanding its range so it must be much more common now than my last New Orleans area birdwatching decades ago.

That is Louisiana. Drink round the clock every day

indeed :-) and "T Cupp's" lingerie show is as exquisite as one could wish. Even gentlemen in our advanced age get excited up to the extreme! :-)))

und der ... gesehen an einem riesigen Muschelstrand ... dort habe ich ca eine Stunde lang Beobachtungen gemacht ...

Thanks Anne. Now I have to go do some research on that vintage and the evolving screw designs. For a flawed prediction Scientific American's one of the screw being "objectionable in the construction" with replacement by paddle wheels to come soon.

...not reall a business, Becky but yes, it was an outstanding day we've got over there... :)

cheers, michael

Nikos cheers to Piraeus, have a nice 2016 and a good time!!!

ciao tutti

schaun mer mal ob se des schafft, Gudrun ;)

Very nice. Wish I were there.


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