Art Anderson
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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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Steve. D .. NO VIEWS… The entire invasion fleet landed on one leaf of a four leaf clover and unluckily enough was immediately squashed into oblivion by a boy scout's left foot ~ Thanks for the YSL ~ All the best ~ nick

There have been quite a few comments regarding 'buttocks', Steve; but I can tell you have a more rounded personality. I am delighted that you took a backward glance at this sculpture and decided it was worth keeping in your favourites. ;-)

Cheers, Amelia

Voar Alto Hi again Eduardo and thanks once again too :~) All the best ~ nick

That's very kind of you, Scally, thank you so much for your Y*. Yes the difference between Norway is like chalk and cheese, and I think you know which I prefer. As far as the intrigues of Lilyhammer go, it's like thinking that Eastenders is a true refection of life in the UK I guess. LOL

Cheers, Amelia

Hello Yuri, thank you for comment.

Wonderful, charming, kitten. L 28. Best greetings and nice weekend, Paolo

beautiful reflection Amelia - I was to late to meet you, Hubs

Good morning Begoña. Thank you so much for your lovely compliment, especially for the YSL. :)

Friendly greetings from England, Amelia

Thank you, Mats. The bullrushes are always better earlier in the winter before they are shedding their seeds. Not quite as exciting as seeing the fluke of a blue whale near Svalbard is it? ;-)

Warm greetings, Amelia

Amelia, Thanks for the comment and Like. The bridge does cross a dry river bed that floods during rainy season. We were there in early fall so it was dry as a bone from a long hot summer in Provence. I imagine that in 3 BC there was more water in that river. It's just amazing that the bridge still exists. Best regards. -Art

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