I'm a Photo Editor working on Living Physical Geography, a textbook to be published by Macmillan. We'd like to include this photo in the book so please could you email me and I will send you a request with all the details.
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Snap, Steve. This looks even lower than our own reservoirs this year.
Very beautiful photo!
Either "mark_ncompass on panoramio.com" or a direct link on electronic media to "http://www.panoramio.com/user/238632/"
Thanks Piero, Yes a lucky shot!Greetings from Perth Australia. John
... rhino?... No, I think not, Click!
Looks more like the silt and mud we have been getting here in Christchurch.
Its the liquifaction after the aftershocks we're getting daily here!!!
Seems to be happening every month, we have a high '5.' somting magnitude aftershock, or in the '6.plus' mark. Then the ground opens up in all sorts of places, out comes the silt/mud stuff.
Just like your photo... You don't need ear-buds, just a shovel, spade and barow.
In fact, some 7350 shakes since Sept 4, 2010.
Keep shake free Click!
Impressive picture you did click NZ, congratulations! greetings from Brazil.
Taken on the Otago Peninsular, South Is, NZ
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