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Merci Guillaume de votre visite. Jean Louis

Hello Jean-Paul! Another wonderful composition with amazing colors, L1+F1. Friendly greetings from Ukraine, Irina

Hello Eric! Marvelous photo-reflection, perfectly taken! L1+F1. Friendly greetings from Ukraine, Irina

Hi Mortoman, thank you and thanks to all those for viewing my photos for more than 16 million times :) Cheers to Australlia from Carollton, TX :) Volkan

These sad pictures of French Guiana Island, where the novel by Henri Charrier made a sensational escape life prisoner Papillon! Author of the novel claims that he personally was in custody and just few easy escapes from the Devil's Island. This novel filmed the famous American movie directed by Franklin J. Shefner in 1973 year. These photos are images of prison hospitals ruins, solitary confinement prisoners resembles a ruthless and cruel treatment needed criminals in those 30 years of the last century! Steve Mc Queen created the image of Papillon, will always remain in my heart is a symbol of the man who for the sake of freedom, risked his life. Thank you very much to all those who made these pictures !!! Thank you mr. ERIC !

F 889 + L 905 for this beautiful picture

Greetings from Poland


Hello. Leoni Hussein. Thank you for your visit and to estimate my photos. The castle of Foix, is an ancient castle, the XII century, whose origin seems to date back to the X century, rebuilt several times and very restored in the XIX century, which stands on the town of Foix in the department of Ariege in Midi-Pyrenees in France. Big thank you to appreciate my amateur photos that I took during travel but in the world.

Best greetings from France, city Narbonne, My Map, Roger.

Très belle photo de nuit avec une vitesse lente. Bravo pour la composition. L+F. Christophe

Comme quoi Coluche n'a pas dit que des conneries Erik! Amitiés, christian



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