Linda De Volder
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I like to travel, and most of my pictures are taken on one of my trips. I don't spend a lot of time on Panoramio, because I'm mostly active on Flickr (see website link), where all my pictures have been uploaded in the original size. Here you will only find reduced versions. So, I will not be visiting other people's streams, comment or "like" a lot. Don't be offended if I don't reciprocate your visits. I just don't have time for that, I'm sorry. I'm also the owner of a few groups here. I check those groups whenever I upload some of my pictures. But I would welcome a few moderators in each group. These are the groups I started. You're cordially invited to join. [Panoramio of Bhutan]( [Panoramio of Ethiopia]( [Panoramio of India]( [Panoramio of Madagascar]( [Panoramio of Morocco]( [Panoramio of Vietnam]( [Ethnic minorities and tribal people]( Just started. I still need to upload my own pictures. But anyone is welcome to start uploading to the group. I started these groups, because it's the only way to group your pictures in Panoramio. [Panoramio of Laos]( [Panoramio of Myanmar]( [Panoramio of Cambodia]( [Panoramio of Nicaragua]( [Panoramio of Costa Rica]( [Panoramio of Brazil]( [Panoramio of Bolivia](
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Salut, Alain. Magnifique photo. LIKE. Cordialement, Sergey

Wonderful. Loved it...

I wish I could someday visit Nagaland...

Dear Linda, I would like to include this picture in my book Human impacts on the Environment. Reply me please: Sincerely, Sergey Govorushko, Chief Research Scholar, Pacific Geographical Institute, Vladivostok, Russia

Unveiling the third world !

The chronological events during the day and night time in city square is fantastic. It is the most arduous and hard process of photography with appropriate information. you did it superb.

Tannery industry in Fez is one of the famous old leather industry in the world.

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