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Muy buena foto pero no es en Costa Rica, yo conozco mucho esa zona y no es nada parecido. Gracias

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cheers-J.C

Hi, I'm not sure yet as I usually start the planning in February. Generally we do the work in July and August either in 1 or 2 trips. This year with all the federal cutbacks I'm not sure what will happen. When I figure it out I'll send you a list of airports we will visit. Take care. Tim

It is a cabin with beds, plywood bunks, and a wood stove. Anyone can use it. People from Rankin Inlet come up here to swim and picnic. There is a shallow lake here that warms up in the summer and makes it possible to go swimming, if you can stand the mosquitoes!!

This is a great picture. Nice composition. The detail is great, makes me feel like I'm there. I've looked through all your pictures, there great!! I am a professional photographer myself, mostly weddings and portraits, I love your work. I'd love to chat sometime. My email is: earth3rd@yahoo.com

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July...that's remarkable. Neat capture! Greetings from Virginia. -Malcolm

Very nice picture. Just came back from Tobermory and got into your pictures. Very good shots!!

The picture is totally accurate - I've seen them several times at Cape Spear. Those gun emplacements were put in by the allies in order to protect St. Johns harbor since it's the northernmost harbor that is ice-free all year. You can walk through those tunnels carved into the ground and see the storage rooms that were carved out, etc. It's very weird, but cool to see. Watch the film "Rare Birds" about Newfoundlander and there is a really cool scene shot in those tunnels.

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