Douglas W. Reynolds, Jr.
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Thank you very much for visiting my "gallery" over the years, and for your visit today. I do not know where I will go on the Internet when Panoramio is shut down--but at least for now, PRINTS ARE AVAILABLE, in sizes up to 20x30. CONTACT ME at ******************************************************************************************************************************************** If you are able to share it, additional information about photographed sites or subjects, and ALL suggested corrections, are ALWAYS welcome. ALWAYS. Contact me through Panoramio, or at any time directly at

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Hi, 刘红石. Beautiful view. Wonderful picture. LIKE. Best regards, Sergey

Oui Dinh, vous pensez comme mon ami Doug... Mais, par contre, je n'ai vu aucun feu... :))

Amitiés, Paolo.

Infinite variety . . . until the invention of plastics.

I wonder if they rent out that gable room? What a view in four directions!

Looks like a job for Quinn the Eskimo. And if it were moved, would it not remove a certain surreal quality from the scene?

Just judging from the angle of the front wheel, I would say the object is now more aesthetic than functional. Even the cinder blocks seem to be making an escape . . . .

Lots of puzzling elements, anyway. I'm not sure if a blue sky would improve the situation here . . . .

You now know why I was scampering across the highway and climbing that steep muddy hill--but I confess I was very glad you drove around the hill and picked me up on the easy side. Even as I was climbing I was thinking, "There is no way back down on this side that won't involve getting into a LOT of mud."

Maybe we should go on that website you suggested and ask that people give us money to buy a blimp--I've always wanted one--and it would have to be safer than climbing electric transmission towers to get some elevation.

I'm glad you liked it!




Nikon is pretty fabulous with flowing and standing water but not so hot with clouds as Fuji or even my little Sanyo Xacti, as I have noticed to my dismay on a number of occasions in the past. Here however I am relatively content to have the fog edging down to my cheerful forest from a relatively uniform miserable gray sky--I think precise mottling in the clouds might not be a particular improvement this time.

Douglas W. Reynolds,… said:

Admittedly this is a location rather than a caption. As Shakespeare would have put it, "But pardon, gentles all,/ The flat unraised spirits that hath dar'd/ On this unworthy scaffold to bring forth/ So great an object. Can this cockpit hold/ The vasty fields of France? Or may we cram/ Within this wooden O the very casques/ That did affright the air at Agincourt?

So I advise you if you want to see a picture, here you are; if it is literature you seek, The Life of Henry the Fifth will give you better satisfaction . . . . ;-)

Wonderful shot. Best regards, Jadwiga. L+F

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