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I have been busy on a project of family photos but hope to return to Pano soon. Yes, Teri Easter is soon coming....and here is a bit of what Wisconsin/Minnesota looks like now. I look forward to having the time soon to catch up with what is new in everyone's galleries before long.

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L 15, F 3, its also a very good composition !!

You really made me lough, Jean! :-) Igor.

It is known to me fungus. In our country it is called - "deer horns". Good photo. LIKE! Igor.

Very interesting monument. Beautiful photo. L 29, Best wishes,

Thank'n ye Mam! It's dry as out there. But woodland country... When the eucalypts flower, beautiful!

Polly, Australia is huge! About the same area as the U.S. And West Australia is the largest State. About 80% is arid or desert. Distances are incredible. European visitors can't believe the distances between 'A and B'. I live about 70 km south of the capital Perth, and about 400 km from Hyden. We were holidaying up at Exmouth (around 1300 km north) at the northern end of Ningaloo Reef. It's a mind-blowing place.. semi-desert surrounds with the ocean teeming with tropical life. Now is the time whale sharks visit the area. There's quite an industry taking visitors out to swim with these gigantic (max about 50 ft!) gentle creatures. I haven't swum with them but my daughter has. We've had them swim up to our boat, as have humpback whales. It's like having a submarine surface right next to you. Oz is such an amazing place. Maybe a bit like Africa without the mammalian wildlife..

If you are into birds you could spend a lifetime studying them here. And for tree-lovers, over 800 species of eucalypt alone should keep you busy (they're still not sure how many)..

Deze waren inmiddels volwassen geworden .. dus eitjes voor de Pasen nu

An inventive composition, fantastic scenery.Like. Greetings.Erol

Very interesting and beautiful shot! LIKE Greetings from Poland, Krystyna.

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