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Hi, everybody! Welcome! I´m a amateur photographer - I hope one day I will have time to study photography - for now, just "registering" what I see. All the photos I uploaded here are from places I´ve been last years / decades and photographed by myself. If you want to contribute with additional information or correction, please send me a (polite) message - I will check it out and answer as soon as possible. Thanks! Enjoy the photos and share yours too! Best wishes & greetings from São Paulo (Brasil), André Bonacin. Observation: 1) Check the tag *_My Favorite_* with my personal favorite pictures or a summary of them in the tag *_Very Special_* . 2) It will take some time until I title, map and put tag info in all the photos. Please be a bit patient. 3) I do not upload only beautiful photos; besides, some of the photos are not digital and some of them, even with bad quality, have a value (history, personal, geography etc.). 4) All the photos here are not allowed to be downloaded/used without my previous (written) authorization, as well as, they are not allowed to be used for ideological, political, religious and/or commercial aims/means. If you want some of the photos for any reason, please contact me. Thanks! 5) (Very important) Put love in everything you do!

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Good shot !!!!!!!!LK

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Many thanks for your visit and comments – Greetings from Athens - Christos

Hvala Veljko. Pozdrav!

De donde tomaste la foto, desde otro cerro enfrente, o desde avioneta? La imagen es fantástico.

excelente vista

Invito a examinar la ilustración que aparece en el libro " El viaje del Challenger'' 1872-1876), de Erik Linklater, en la página 39. en la que se ve "El Pico''. Según el mencionado libro, la isla Noronha era un terrible lugar destinado a penal, lleno de "tremendos ratones y grandes grillos negros'', así como plagado de una planta tremendamente urticante llamada Jatropha Urens, que crecía "en una abundancia siniestra''. Se trataba de una ortiga "de extraordinaria malignidadcuyo veneno permanecía activo durante un par de días''. Espero que la situación actual sea muy diferente!

Mas você viaja, hein compadre? :D - foto bacana, paisagem espetacular. Quem sabe um dia vou à "bloody Iceland", como diriam os ingleses. Abração!

I like it. Greetings, Zdzisław

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