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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
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Wonderful pictures, YONG! Very Happy Full of harmony and peaceful.
Really? I guess I'm always filled with anger and hatred ... Evil or Very Mad Wink ... So, how can my photos show harmony and peace? Rolling Eyes
You should tell me, my friend! Wink I observed this contradiction some time ago and I still wonder how you could be such complicated person? You are still a great mystery to me! Wink

Thank you for the information about the building mentioned above. Very Happy
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
Wonderful pictures, YONG! Very Happy Full of harmony and peaceful.
Really? I guess I'm always filled with anger and hatred ... Evil or Very Mad Wink ... So, how can my photos show harmony and peace? Rolling Eyes
You should tell me, my friend! Wink I observed this contradiction some time ago and I still wonder how you could be such complicated person? You are still a great mystery to me! Wink
I'm afraid that I'm really suffering from DID ... Confused

Here you have a couple of my recent shots. Wink


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Post 28 Dec 2009, 06:44
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
I'm afraid that I'm really suffering from DID ... Confused
I believe you are very valuable person ("Methinks, I see... where? – In my mind's eyes.") and I'm interested in discovering another your hidden talents, YONG.
YONG wrote:
Here you have a couple of my recent shots. Wink
Hehe, you have Spring all around the year there in HK! Wink Yes, the second one gives a feeling that this lizard can run away from the picture when you will scare it. Wink
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
I'm afraid that I'm really suffering from DID ... Confused
I believe you are very valuable person ("Methinks, I see... where? – In my mind's eyes.") ...
Another Shakespeare quote?! Evil or Very Mad I told you - we should quote from wise men of our times! Let me show you a good example: "Life is too short, yet learning takes too long!" Wink Yeah, a wise man used this as his signature some time ago.
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MHajduk



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MHajduk
YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
I'm afraid that I'm really suffering from DID ... Confused
I believe you are very valuable person ("Methinks, I see... where? – In my mind's eyes.") ...
Another Shakespeare quote?! Evil or Very Mad I told you - we should quote from wise men of our times! Let me show you a good example: "Life is too short, yet learning takes too long!" Wink Yeah, a wise man used this as his signature some time ago.
Umm... seems that we have an example of heavy stage of Shakespearephobia here, am I right? Wink
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YONG



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Nope. But I believe that words like Methinks are truly archaic. Wink
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YONG



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Here you have some photos of exposed tree roots. Note that I only had time to take some photos nearby, and the roots shown may not be very huge. When I have time to dig deeper, I'll take some photos of the really huge ones. Wink


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sinsi



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West Beach Primary school, 10 minutes from the city centre of Adelaide.
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YONG



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Beautiful! Smile It's a female koala, isn't it? Rolling Eyes Wink
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sinsi



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>It's a female koala, isn't it?
It's a big one, so probably a male. The photo was taken from within 2 metres (6 feet) and those claws were about 2 inches long. We woke it up... Shocked
They have a weird hiss/groan as a warning as I found out Smile

With our water problems, there are more and more koalas venturing into the metro area to drink.
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MHajduk



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Wow, YONG, I could never expect that there in HK you have such amazing places... I'm simply stunned! Wink

Nice picture, sinsi. Smile Sometimes I envy koalas their ability to sleep deeply even in such unusual conditions... Wink
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YONG



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Something warm and calm for those who are struggling with the snow storm:


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The third photo is simply the best (I like the main composition and color saturation here). Smile I enjoyed very much watching your pictures, thank you. Very Happy

BTW, this building with a blue roof resembles somehow those villas common in Mediterranean architecture. Wink
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MHajduk



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Let's stay on the northern hemisphere, but change a little the climatic zone and bravely jump straight from the 25°C (in HK) to minus 20°C (here, in Poland) Wink :


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YONG



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Nice photos. I hope I can see such snowy scenes in person. Smile
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YONG wrote:
Nice photos. I hope I can see such snowy scenes in person. Smile
Yeah, I hope each of us will be able to visit places that he/she dreams of. Wink
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YONG



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Believe it or not: Here in HK the temperature has dropped from last week's 25°C to the present 10°C! I'm freezing ... Confused (Well, I know it means nothing for those who live in regions having only -20°C right now! Wink )

Here you have some of my recent shots:


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shoorick



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cute!
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YONG wrote:
Well, I know it means nothing for those who live in regions having only -20°C right now! Wink
Fortunately, we have only about minus 5°C at night and slightly more during the day. Wink There is some hope for the arrival of the Spring (whatever that means, yeah... Razz).

Uncommon photos, there is some charm in them. Smile Well, I envy you all these beautiful city parks with sculptures of the "fossilized" animals, all those mysterious trees looking like taken directly from the fantasy movies and those clean and flat roads. Wink
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The warm weather is back (25°C during the day, even 27°C at noon). Spring is here. Razz


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