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*** *** *** *** *** *** Dear Panoramio Friends: thank you so much for all your lovely comments and support. Unfortunately, I can no longer be here, but you can still reach me on G+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/108160336082316414959/posts My blog is also on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chimeras/166368693451952?sk=notes
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Thank you Cezary, The original to smal and not sharp enof for 3.6 mtr.1. I shoot it out of hand.
I resize it to 1200 pixels high and resharpen it, also the result, but not good enough for the size you need!

Best regards, Jan

Schitterend! Ik snap niet dat ik deze niet eerder heb gezien. Gelukkig nu weer wat tijd om even door jouw foto's te bladeren. Groet, Margaritha

Great picture !!!!!

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Best wishes, Ricardo

These pilings have been there for a while. They are not new. I am trying to figure out what they are for. They could be for holding a fish or they could be for a swimming area or maybe something else.

tolles Bild ♥ like. ♥ Liebe ♥ Grüße sendet dir der bayernengel.

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLLLLLLLLEEEEEEEEAAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSSE, somebody take a picture of the Straw Hut Bungalows in 'Sahel Ghoo' (Ghazian Area) beach resort!!

I'm Armenian living in US. We left Iran in the 70's & we used to go to Shomal every spring/summer. It was one of my favorite places in the whole world! I'll never forget it!!

Bandar Anzali was to the left side of the beach resort ( I'm almost sure it was Sahel Ghoo) that had the bungalows (the beach front huts used to be made of concrete & behind them they also had straw hut bungalows). To the front, left side of that resort, people used to play Footbal Dasti. Also, if we turned right from the resort & kept walking further, there used to be another beach front resort with restaurants, a dance club, dorms & huts. I forget the name of that other resort. But it was walking distance.

I'm pretty sure things have changed a lot since then, but i'm hoping the Sahel Ghoo (Ghazian) bungalow are still there.

Can anyone please take a photo of those bungalow huts & any other part of that beach. Even if the huts are gone, i would greatly appreciate it if anyone would take photos of that whole area & what ever structure they've been replaced with.

Waiting Impatiently….

L+F. Great presentation. Beautiful shot and composition. Greetings . Bernard

Ti ringrazio Marco per il bel commento. Un salutone, Paolo

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