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Hi all, not much to tell about myself, just how I appreciate and enjoy all the wonderful photos on Pano. from all around the world, and the "friends" I have made. I have so much fun just logging on each day and catching up with all the weird and wonderful comments. Keep it up everyone, you sure make this girl happy.

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Yes...this light.. just splendid.



Wonderful view, very beautiful.


Great capture! Excellent.


Best regards.

Nice...very nice..


Best wishes.

Thank you Pam and also for the ✩

Best wishes Marion


ladimir Kleschev,


Jean next week i get to enjoy the camera in NZ with my parents but i fly into rain.....leave the sunny blue skies behind. steve

Wonderful! Y* & L ! Cheers :) Ippa

Yeah, but does she like it?

Thanks M! So sad that such a cool ship that represented an interesting history has sunk, but it sure is bewildering that, with all the well-publicized predictions about this storm for at least a week before they even set sail, they intentionally sailed right into the storm. This time the crew certainly should have mutinied!

Timo - Thanks ago for such flattering praise of this photo! And your memory of your sail is spot on. This description is included in the Wikipedia page for the HMS Bounty:

"A second Bounty replica, named HMAV Bounty, was built in New Zealand in 1979 and used in the 1984 Dino De Laurentiis film The Bounty. The hull is constructed of welded steel oversheathed with timber. For many years she served the tourist excursion market from Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia, before being sold to HKR International Limited in October 2007. She is now a tourist attraction (also used for charter, excursions and sail training) based in Discovery Bay, on Lantau Island in Hong Kong, and has an additional Chinese name 濟民號."


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