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I learnt to swim here..

God bless! The office is still in use today. =)

This is submitted to Reflections category of the contest. How is this considered a reflections photo?

Remember spending a lot of time there as a kid, wasnt in the best condition back then, but a lot of good times there.

The rivers certainly change from time to time, but this where I saw them in 2010. I have a GPS built into my camera which makes tagging photos to their locations really easy and accurate. I figured the water flowing through here was moving about 13 knots when I went through!

This picture shows a really good view \

Only one hermit. His name was Valerio Ricetti, who lived alone in a series of caves and spaces between boulders along a 2-3 km escarpment here; he did dry stonework to build terraces for gardens, and to enclose spaces between boulders, and cisterns to catch water. He lived here in the 1920s to 1940s - a total of 23 years. Read in Wikipedia at .

Wonderful shot!!! like best regards. Greetings from Kyoto Japan Hereafter, the autumn tint is very beautiful in Japan. Please come to Japan, and take a wonderful photograph. We will welcome you with a hearty "yokoso" and smile.

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