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I like to explore, and I often use other peoples' photos on Panoramio to give me an idea of the countryside and scenery I'm going to see. I'd like to share a few of my photos with you, and I hope this will inspire some of you to go and explore as well. As you wander through the photos, you may notice that I have a strong interest in mountains, geology, archaeology and botany. My flower photos usually try and incorporate a view or something by which you can locate the picture relatively easily, in case you want to find the plant itself. This is why there's relatively few flora photos uploaded compared to the number of species I've seen. When you get to a plant locality, please don't collect anything, otherwise there will be nothing left for others to look at. I don't like to use photo-editing software, so almost everything you see is straight from the camera apart from the occasional crop or straightening of a wonky skyline here and there. I discard a lot of photos...!

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I agree with the previous comment. Totally, totally, misleading. I doubt you even took the picture because you would know the difference between the two locations.

Great shot. LIKE! Best regards, Darja.

Thanks! It will appear in a map activity on making a "simple map" of Cairo, on this site: http://cartograf.learnquebec.ca/ It will appear as a sample of a key (non-cultural) location. The activity is not quiet finished, but a version is already accessible via the teacher's section in a forum post. Double thanks again! It was really hard, surprisingly, to find any pictures of factories in Cairo area that I could use!

I had considered this, but D. purpurella is not present within several hundred metres of this hybrid, but both parents are abundant in the immediate locality.

Where is this supposed to be taken? Please move it so Google Eartth stays high quality. Thank you.

Greetings from Texas, USA! And--Merry Christmas!

Thank you very much for visited my village at Wadi Dima . This village is name AL_Hisn , It's a beautiful village . This lake is a head of the falaj . The falaj is small river for irrigate the gardens and all of the trees at the village .

There are hundreds of the blighters! Excatly how many depends on whether you are a "lumper" or a "splitter." Some are very distinctive (like the one in the photo), others are much more subtle. They are fun, though, and challenge the plant identification skills to the limit.

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