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3 minutes ago, The Blinking Eye said:

I can't figure out how to post these so they don't look squashed in the tablet and phone views, sorry.

Don't know if there's a way but if I turn my Android phone sideways (landscape) they're fine. I see a lot like that. 

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One of my favourite images from a recent trip to Tulamben in Bali. These fish are generally very secretive and shelter deep inside the arms of their crinoid home. But this fish was so very sassy and just swam up into the arms and posed for a few photos...what a privilege. 

 

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8 hours ago, cbimages said:

One of my favourite images from a recent trip to Tulamben in Bali. These fish are generally very secretive and shelter deep inside the arms of their crinoid home. But this fish was so very sassy and just swam up into the arms and posed for a few photos...what a privilege. 

 

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So lovely!

 

Paulette

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Another aerial view of Saint-Antoine-l'Abbaye showing how the village 'ascents' from the lower village, below the fortifications, to the upper village and 'culminates' with the Abbey church. It also shows that the structure of the village adapts to the relief of the land while the orientation of the church obeys other rules. The trees indicate where the stream is flowing.

 

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I look on this image as a soft news image, as it keeps coming up over and over again. It is an ongoing issue.

Every summer the fire department is called out 4 or 5 times to do a dangerous aerial rope rescue of a selfie nut trying to climb the unstable 300 feet tall sandstone bluffs.

Every spring the  city council debates raising the present $5,000 fine for attempting the climb.

This is a new sign this summer, but I waited until the leaves were off the trees so I could make the sign loom large and show the bluffs not obscured by leaves.

Let's see if it sells this summer.

 

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