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When I was younger, my mother told me that golf and photography were for rich folks. I should have listened to her. I don't do so well at the golf, spending most of my time looking like a drunken sailor staggering from side to side on the fairways, but this keeps me from spending too much time or money there. Unfortunately it's the photography bit that has taken the chunk out of my, ah, discretionary spending. Ah well, c'est la vie. I can be reached via my user name here
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What a great shot! Fantastic.

I appreciate your long visit, and I ‘m glad that you like my photos





Konstantin Khrapko


Alireza Javaheri

I visited the Intermountain Indian School a couple days ago, and as it turns out the building in this photograph (the one with a caved in roof) was torn down earlier this summer. The other large building and the small building are still there, but according to my research, most of the other buildings are going to be demolished soon. It's sad when historic places like these are demolished...

He lived in the woods I think Peter - this 'ere guy lives in a field, by the side of the main road.

This ol' wooden house has weathered the years better than most do.

Best wishes - Jethro

Nice to hear from you Christos, thanks for your comment. Greetings to Athen

Excellent, like.

Beautiful capture!

I like it

Best wishes from china, zw22wz

Beautiful shot!

I like it

Best wishes from china, zw22wz

Incredibly Machhapuchhre... The enormous high peak of ecstasy...

Beautiful... Ciao Diego



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