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During our travels both close to home and far away, my wife and I attempt to find peace in various natural settings which help us draw close to the Lord. With our camera we try to capture a glimpse of what we are experiencing and often find ourselves awe-inspired by what He has made. I would like to thank all the visitors from around the world who have taken time to view our extensive gallery. I would be happy to help provide anyone who has a like-minded desire and appreciation for natural beauty the directions to some of these beautiful places. Our prayer is that through these images as well as by other means, our Creator will call His people to Himself and be transformed into His likeness. May God bless you in your travels, photography and your personal lives. (Romans 1:20 & 12:2)

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Chris nice winter scene capture, regards, Richard

Hans >>> thank you my dear friend for your interest in my gallery and your kind comment, friendship, greetings and warm regards from California, Richard.

Sounds like a Google Earth issue. As you can see, I placed it on Google Maps in the proper place. It appears that Panoramio is undergoing some changes and may not be transitioning to well

Just across the pond is the knoll where the 30th Massachusetts and 114th New York made their stand on the early morning of October 19th 1864.

Thank you Сергей.

Best wishes.


Hi Jim, I have a client in Delaware that would like to use this image in a conference room. Is this available? And if so, could you quote a cost for usage? Brent

Howell Cave This website describes some of the rooms in Howells cave. Thought you might be interested. My photo was taken by the river. Regards, Chris

Спасибо Palaemon за комментарий.Александр

Patio de la Acequia El primero -y más emblemático- de los patios es el llamado de la Acequia. Responde al esquema árabe de patio cuatripartito (Char-Bagh) de origen persa y de gran tradición en Andalucía, pero condicionado por la disposición eminentemente longitudinal obligada por el terreno y potenciada por la presencia de la Acequia Real, que llevaba el agua al resto de los huertos y posteriormente a la Alhambra. De esta manera, el otro brazo de la cruz queda tan sólo insinuado por una interrupción en la vegetación, y una fuente baja en el cruce de ambos. La acequia está cuajada con dos filas de surtidores que cruzan sus chorros de agua de forma espectacular, que fueron añadidos en el siglo XIX. No hay que olvidar, que aunque el Generalife es, al igual que la Alhambra, una construcción eminentemente musulmana, la influencia cultural cristiana de sus concepciones arquitectónicas siempre fue de gran importancia: con anterioridad a 1492, por el constante trato con los reinos vecinos y el aislamiento respecto al resto del islam, y posteriormente, por el uso y adaptación de los espacios a las concepciones occidentales llevados a cabo por sus distintos dueños y habitantes. Otro ejemplo de lo anteriormente dicho es la apertura a lo largo del patio de un amplio mirador ya en época cristiana.

Dear sir, recently I deleted some photos from panorama google earth, but the description link for other user photos are still there on the location. please remove photo link from that area the coordinates are 24°54'8.61"N 46°25'54.28"E 24°54'10.80"N 46°25'56.29"E 24°54'8.21"N 46°25'55.60"E 24°54'7.34"N 46°25'56.93"E 24°54'8.55"N 46°25'47.41"E 24°54'5.51"N 46°25'41.73"E 24°54'5.56"N 46°25'37.09"E 24°54'6.49"N 46°25'35.80"E 24°54'8.92"N 46°25'35.14"E 24°54'10.97"N 46°25'34.03"E 24°54'12.16"N 46°25'33.50"E

please do correct the photo link



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