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Very good, with plenty of interest and focal point. Well done. L


Though the foreground is very strong, it makes a very effective landscape photo since the background is subdued. Like it, Craig.


Think of you often, Eva. And you and your nation are in our prayers.

I appreciate this photo from Madrid - a city I haven't visited.


Awesome image, Sig. What on earth were you doing out there in that weather! L

Greetings from Australia,


Jack, You have gone overboard with your comments.Yes I have rushed around the country and taken what I feel are only snapshots,not like your album of quality images.In future I intend to spend more time in the composition of them.Call again.Best wishes Peter

maks141,ricard,Sonja,QuyTD,Marion, babuškica,Maryla,Bohunko,Ian,Antonina, 乾龍,Denis,Magda,Marilda,John, thanks for your visit! Karel

This is a hardly known location, Roger, so the serenity will be there anytime someone dares to venture there.

In flood however, it is not serene but awesome, of course. There are no pebbles or sand in this gorge!

Kind regards,


Vertiginosa imagen, Andrey.
Un saludo.

Ian,Safe exploring.(the last time I went exploring I came home in a chopper via the hospital for a few weeks) Thanks again.Peter

The pandanus and banksia vegetate the swales or gullies between the dunes and because of their twisted and untidy growth they make some weird arrangements. This window seemed to be an invitation to explore the gully and then discover the fantastic sculptures in an area where the dunes were eroded and exposed.

Greetings from OZ, Berend.




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