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Like to travel the world and take photos of the things (principally buildings) that I see around me. My photos are not necessarily beautiful or even particularly skilful but I hope that they are descriptive.
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Karen James thanks for the comments we are lucky with the opportunity to catch lightning photos here in NSW Australia. This particular storm did not move that fast so was realative easily to capture

this is really nice to see this photo thanks for u done a great job excellent work done by the google earth team go ahead with this regards d.arokiaraj

jhk and njellis thanks for the comments. It was an odd night weather wise there was a misty rain and the light show on the bridge was changing colours. So trying to get an exposure without the change in colour during the exposure was a bit trying

Thanks. I was only there for a few hours, but it is undoubtedly a very striking place & full of character.

This building was one of the few that did not get damaged in the 1931 earthquake which destroyed most of Napier. In the mid eighties though it was classed as an earthquake risk and had to be strengthened to comply with the latest building codes

This is Port of Lyttelton, not Christchurch, Port of Christchurch is the registered business name of the Lyttelton Port Company, and therefor refers to a company not a place.

Hace ya mucho tiempo que escuche de Adelaide , y me llamo mucho la atención, he visto algunas peliculas , en las que muestran algunos paisajes de esta zona, y me han parecido preciosos. Ahora que mis primas viven allí, de pronto sueño con ir, claro;ellas viven en SIDNEY.

Mi hijo Gerson Sandoval Zambrano viajó a Brisbane el día 7 pasado parainiciar su Doctorado como Ingeniero Civil Metalúrgico, durante 4 años. En el año 2006-2007 realizó allí su tesis. Estudió en la universidad de Concepción-Chile. Yo, su padre, vivo en la ciudad de Angol-Chile-Región de la Araucanía, junto a la Cordillera de Nahuelbuta-Malleco-Chile. Enviaré fotos.

Hi N.J. You're so right! it seems 'poor' Scotland is getting the short end of the stick AGAIN!, we should be used to it by now, but I guess it stings sometimes. Personally, i don't care about them, I get on with my own life-DESPITE THEM!

Thanks for shifting it, i don't think it makes a halpeth of difference to anyone but the tourists! I'd like to make it my mission in life to boot the folk at Google into getting their act together, looking at ARROCHAR the other day, Wickepedia patch about the town was halfway up the steep lochside forest slope behind the village! I do find it rather annoying, we have so much clever technology, but naebody seems to use it the right way!!

Hev a gud week, Mike frae GEORDIELAND!!

When I was there the outside was covered in scarlet betal juice stains to a height of over a meter :-((



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