Michael Bilodeau
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Born in Montreal, lived in Texas the last 35 years, got to see all 50 states, 7 provinces and parts of Europe. First camera was an old hand me down Kodak, then Kodak X15. First 35mm was Canon AE1 program in 1986,then moved to digital in 2003 with Canon A300, S2IS, Rebel XSI, A1100 IS, Rebel T1i and 5D MarkII and now add a SX510 HS as my carry at all time camera. Retired the 35mm and A300 in 2007. Didn't discover Panoramio until July 2010 but I've enjoyed it ever since along with everyone"s beautiful pictures :) To all my Panoramio friends, I will try to keep up with all my communications and uploading new pictures as I travel abroad, all of that depends on the availability of a wifi connection wherever I travel.

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Nikoga nyama da zabravya tova unikalno myasto , dragi priyatelyu , Mirza , blagodarya ti za posestenieto I dobrite otzivi !

Pozdravi , Suzen

Hello. Gyurica. Thank you for your visit and to estimate my photos. In the village of Mogan, you will encounter a mill on the road, in the tiny hamlet of El Molino de Viento (which means "windmill"). Entering Mogan, you will be surprised to discover life-size sculptures representing special cooking utensils such as cups and saucers. These strange objects are presented in a manicured garden and are clearly visible from the road.

Best greetings from France, city Narbonne, My Map, Roger.

YSL 17/67; A fantastic view! So nice colours! All the best from Norway!


Late to the party here, but wanted to tell you what a nice shot you got there, Shaun. I saw a similar picture on the cover of the Arizona Highways Calendar a year or two back and decided I would go there myself this past November. Parked at Red Rock Crossing, walked past the mill, followed the trail to the wide rocky area, and headed left for Buddha Beach. Not sure if I should have went right, or if I didn't go far enough left. You wouldn't happen to have GPS coordinates for this shot, would you? The spot I was at near Buddha Beach the Cathedral Rock was right overhead. This is Oak Creek in the foreground, isn't it?

The most beautiful winter scenery. LIKE & FAV
My friendly greetings, Inger

That's awesome! Very nice shot. ☆☆Favorite+L!☆☆

Best wishes from JPN,SD34

Beautiful reflections and a very nice composition! L+F.

Cordial greetings, Argenna.

Interesting place!Like!


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