Patricia Hiele
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I am research chemist by profession, but my love for photography goes even further back... I am also a sculptor in stone and steel, minimalistic, just as I love to achieve in my photography. It is all about seeing, sometimes beauty is hiden in a small corner... In fact: LESS IS MORE...
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Roland - je suis content que titre et photo te plaisent

thank you halukabi

amitiés / greetings Hubs

We had a great crossing Amelia, the waves look bigger than they in fact were... I just kept going till I caught a wave tumbling! As you can see on the pictures of our arrival at Calais the sea was very calm! I was pleased to have the sunset taking place while we were crossing... And Hubs, I really prefer taking the ferry over the Chunnel, it takes only a bit more time, but what you get in return is a photographers delight!! Taking a plane was no option, because I was taking Sarah to Cambridge with all her stuff (she's staying there till mid-June)...

Gtz, my dear friends!


Beautiful view and photo.L

Beautiful photo !L17!

Greetings Fialka

F93+L206 Deux superbes gouttes d'eau. Bravo.

JimmyBOY you get *Fav number 10 *from me My Old Englisch Friend Best Regards Fred

I'm happy you like it Nenad

die Möwe machst Marc

I like it! So unexpected like someone scribbled on it!

Thank you Lizab. Not as exciting as coral though. Another amazing thing is a barnacle. Most people just think they are crusts of white on rocks and probably dead. Here they are.

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