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Previously known as 'ArtnScience' I am an Art-Loving, Scientist, Physician and Ethicist whose research, professional and personal interests are paired with a love of travel. I love going almost anywhere in the world, especially places where I can travel like a local resident and meet people. Lately, I travel by bicycle after getting to where I want my journey to begin. My camera helps me remember friends I make, local architecture and terrain through which I pass. I love all kinds of artistic endeavor; and, I enjoy painting, drawing and learning about Art History and Architecture. My combined interest in Art and Science made logical my web identity as **ArtnScience**. Leonardo Da Vinci is my personal hero. His scientific interests were as earth-shaking as was his art. Da Vinci's life personified Art & Science.

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a very nice photo really i love cats ..

Argenna, thank you for submitting your nice photos to the 2016 May TTT!

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Tom, moderator of the 2016 May TTT

Nick, Yes it's a real geological fault. The tour organizer, Seamus, told us that during this part of the ride we would be cycling right on top of a geological fault line which you can see in satellite images of Ireland and Scotland....but from ground level it may not be that easy to find the fault. It lines up with the Lough (Loch, or Lake) that can be seen in the upper left corner of this image. After we finished this curve we were on the fault for about 10 kilometers. Best regards. -Art

What an eye you have for detail, Steve! Thank you - especially for your YS-L. I was amazed by these cliffs, especially the colours, and we were lucky enough to be in Hunstanton at low tide. There's a rather nice shipwreck there.

Cheers, Amelia

Yup it is the push me ~~~ pull me type of ass Carlee you have summed it up well :~)

Best Wishes ~ nick

Hi there, Wally. It's a long time since this photo was viewed, so thank you so much for finding it and leaving such a good comment! I think the mysterious footprints may have been caused by a swan/goose/duck that took to the air eventually.

Cheers, Amelia

Nick, Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it and honored it with your YSL. We're always looking for great bike tours. Best regards. -Art

It does look a bit like Granny's Gap in Donegal, Art. Unfortunately this glaciated valley doesn't lead to the Slieve League cliffs. ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

Hi Rudy thank you and greetings from Italy



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