Jean Gregory Evans
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Hello from the mountains of North Carolina, USA. ----------- My other Panoramio accounts: jeangregoryevans - user/2124512 + jgevans user/1131288 + ~jean~ user/3125653 ----------- If you wish to use one of my photos, please send me a private message. I hold the copyright to my photos.

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Thank yu Gustavo

Carlos - Thank you for visit nice comment and like + YS - Greetings Romulus

Thank yu Crits for yur comments.

Caio, tery

Very beautiful capture!

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Best wishes, Mira 

This is such a perfect shot! Wonderful capture of this lovely butterfly.

Very Nice Capture :)

Very good composition, very nice view! Like! Greetings Nikos

Very beautiful composition, Natmara! L 32. Greetings, Olga

ROCK 57 Seradina The surface is dominated by one of the greatest compositions of geometric type "topographical" notes today in Valcamonica. The main element is without a doubt the extended reticular pattern, seamless, placed on the shape of the rock (also interpreting some natural waves) up to cover the entire portion emerging from the ground. The pattern seems to depart from certain areas and sub-rectangular oval, with campite sets coppelline, located mainly in the central and planar portions summit. The set is overlapped by some human figures armed (swords and small shields) which are arranged especially in the peripheral zone and in the central sector left and that, despite the overlap, seem been made ​​to coincide with the geometric pattern (Ancient Iron Age? ). The complex representation and its relationship with the most famous "maps" of the above area Bedolina and farther Pià d'Ort are still being studied. Nevertheless this iconographic is without doubt one of the major features of the park and one of the themes rock camuni most famous and most cited worldwide for the unique role they play in the history of the world map. (taken from pannellonistica tourist park by Alberto Marretta, 2012) ROCK 57 Seradina I / PHOTOGRAPHY © Camuno Centre of Prehistoric Studies, 2012, author Alberto Marretta (2004). Seradina ROCK 57 I / SURVEY © Alberto Marretta, 2012.

This is interesting and beautiful!



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