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Old Mar 5, 2009, 7:57 AM   #1
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Went with a few friends of mine and had loads of fun especially falling down on the icy roads,




and the small waterfall was a great place also




And finally Spartans pack up and go for home thanks for viewing

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Old Mar 5, 2009, 8:03 AM   #2
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Woops forgot the Panoramas i took on the way home


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For those who love mountains,you've providedan appealing storyboard, arkadaş!I especially liked the composition in # 7. Hey, butdid you forget aboutthe meat and wineto please the mountain spirits??:-)...and, when is the next trip?!!
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For those who love mountains,you've providedan appealing storyboard, arkadaş!I especially liked the composition in # 7. Hey, butdid you forget aboutthe meat and wineto please the mountain spirits??:-)...and, when is the next trip?!!
Thanks my friend yes as a matter of fact we forgot the meat and wine lol, but in Picture 8 we kind of thought of bathing our selfs with fine olive oil:lol:

PS, next trip Sunday but don't know where yet
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Hi, Love the woodland stream & the second pano, just wish there was more like it on this island.

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Hi, Love the woodland stream & the second pano, just wish there was more like it on this island.
Russell, thanks for the kind feedback you live in one of the best Islands in Greece with lots of beautiful places to see, i was stationed in the Army in Kos Island and then in Rodos which is my favorite Island even before i was drafted in the army which is mandatory here in Greece, in the 80's i was dating a girl here in Sparta and then she moved to Rodos to go to school so i was always there
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Isnt that the way -- someone who lives in Paradise (Rodos) is envious of some other place. What a photographers delight you have shown us Herc. What are the snow covered mountains?
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Isnt that the way -- someone who lives in Paradise (Rodos) is envious of some other place. What a photographers delight you have shown us Herc. What are the snow covered mountains?
Thanks for your appreciation Bynx yes i guess that is the way. The snow covered
Mountains is Mt. Tagyetos a 30 minute drive from the city here
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Hi Hercules

Wonderful series you have provided here! Thanks for sharing.

I particularly like the 1st and 3rd waterfall shots, stunning smooth water - you've done well!

Wow, so still quite a bit of snow there in the mountains. I do remember my surprise when I was driving in your area (2 and a half years ago, it was Oct 06) - to see signs saying "ski slope" - then I realised, yes these mountains are tall enough, in the winter perhaps they DO have snow, even though it's a mediterranean country!

Sadly no snow falls nearby Adelaide, so I can't compete with that.

I can see you're enjoying spring!

Thanks again.

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Hi Hercules

Wonderful series you have provided here! Thanks for sharing.

I particularly like the 1st and 3rd waterfall shots, stunning smooth water - you've done well!

Wow, so still quite a bit of snow there in the mountains. I do remember my surprise when I was driving in your area (2 and a half years ago, it was Oct 06) - to see signs saying "ski slope" - then I realised, yes these mountains are tall enough, in the winter perhaps they DO have snow, even though it's a mediterranean country!

Sadly no snow falls nearby Adelaide, so I can't compete with that.

I can see you're enjoying spring!

Thanks again.

Paul
Thanks Paul, yes there is still snow on the mountains but not for long we are cruising into spring and it's time to get the motorcycle out
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