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Kings Cascades
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PostSun Jun 02, 2024 12:25 pm
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These cascades are in the Prince Regent River in the remote area of the Kimberly in Western Australia. The river was named in 1820 by the first European to find the river, the Rear Admiral Phillip Parker King, who was an early explorer of the Australian and Patagonian coasts. Philip Parker King and the crew of Mermaid named the river after the Hanoverian prince, King George IV, who was shortly to succeed his father to the English throne.

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Merci de ne pas monter Propriété privée
View first unread post Merci de ne pas monter Propriété privée
PostSun May 12, 2024 12:34 pm
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While walking the streets of Lyon (France) our guide opened a street door and asked us all to go in. It was the door of a passage connecting tenement buildings and two streets. Along the passageway there were stairs leading to the upper levels of the buildings where people lived in apartments, and in the stairs there were signs saying: Thanks for not going up, Private Property. I hope you like it.

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View first unread post Glasses
PostSun Apr 21, 2024 1:46 pm
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Staying with friends, I noticed these colourful glasses in their liqueur trolley. I just couldn’t help myself. I love the various shapes and the thoughtful arrangement of colours and shapes. I hope you like it.


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A temple
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PostSun Apr 14, 2024 9:13 am
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The Adelaide Oval is a temple for people, especially for those that love sport. The venue is predominantly used for cricket and Australian Rules Football, but has also played host to rugby league, rugby union, soccer, tennis among other sports as well as regularly being used to hold concerts. I hope you like it.


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View first unread post Sheltering
PostSun Apr 07, 2024 3:23 pm
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I took this picture two days ago. I saw this little creature sheltering from the rain under a leaf. I hope you like it.


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Stevie Wonder - Saturday Night Live
View first unread post Stevie Wonder - Saturday Night Live
Poster:  gstark
Forum: General Discussion
PostFri Apr 05, 2024 9:54 am
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This came up on Xitter this morning (the "x" is pronounced as "sh") :)

https://twitter.com/DannyDeraney/status ... 6168873311


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Stained glass window (Eglise Saint-Saveur de les -Andelys)
View first unread post Stained glass window (Eglise Saint-Saveur de les -Andelys)
PostSun Mar 31, 2024 11:55 am
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This is the third stained glass window in this little, but charming church. It represents one of the Stations of the Cross. The first and original stained glass windows dated from the 15th century when the church was finally finished. But some windows exploded during the war in 1940 and they had to be replaced. In 1973, a tornado destroyed the spire which collapsed destroying the roof and windows. So this is a modern stained glass window in a church which construction started in 1220. Happy Easter!

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Space Venus
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PostSat Mar 23, 2024 8:03 pm
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This is a bronze reproduction at the d'Arenberg Cube in South Australia. The original sculpture is in Paris and represents Venus, the goddess of beauty, and Dali adds a soft watch, an egg, two ants and a separation of the body into two parts. It’s meant to represent the ephemeral beauty of the body and the eternal beauty of art. The ants represent the lack of importance and human mortality. The egg represents renewal, the promise of the future and it is also a symbol of fragility with a hard exterior and a soft interior.

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An artist’s living room
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PostSat Mar 16, 2024 12:37 pm
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Monet lived and painted for 43 years in Giverny, France. He was inspired by his gardens, and spent years transforming them, planting thousands of flowers. But the picture today is of his living room. I imagine Monet at the cocktail hour enjoying his art collection.


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Vertical garden (Madrid)
View first unread post Vertical garden (Madrid)
PostSat Mar 09, 2024 1:19 pm
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When you haven’t got much space, vertical gardens may be the answer. They’re brilliant for balconies and patios. You might want to grow herbs or simply add some colour to your outdoor arrangement. If you use recycled material, you will also end up adding some visual interest. I hope you like it.


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View first unread post Gamay
PostSat Mar 09, 2024 1:10 pm
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We arrived at Saint-Lager in the district of Beaujolais (France). Before entering the winery where we would taste some wines I took this photo of grapes still in their vine. It appear this grape was not favoured by the Duke of Burgundy, Philippe the Bold, who outlawed the grape in July 1395. Sixty years later another Philippe, this time nicknamed the Good, issued another edict against Gamay reasoning that "The Dukes of Burgundy are known as the lords of the best wines in Christendom. We will maintain our reputation". Using the carboni ...

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View first unread post Contemplation
PostSat Mar 09, 2024 1:09 pm
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I took the photo in Lyon (France). We were looking at the city skyline from the cathedral’s gardens when I saw this man in quiet contemplation. It transpired he was a monk of the little brothers of the Lamb. The community was only founded on 8 August 1990, but is spreading fast around the world.


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