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Great meusha 2010-07-06 23:03

This indeed is an amazing sight yet again. I can see that the photographer took a series of photos illustrating the daybreak process. All of them are wonderful. I'm not praising her photography skills. It's just amazing how beautiful nature can be. I have no interest in photography but I'm grateful to those photographers who give me the opportunity to behold these amazing sights!

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Old 07-09-2010, 10:19 PM
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ciao klaudio,
thanks
it's true - the dynamics of relationships are nowadays no longer something private but are hung out to dry in public, for everybody to see. and yet nothing is really "understood" - it's more a voyeuristic approach than a real attempt at understanding (or listening).
I liked the fine lines of the decor Grande Arche, they had something delicate, as you say, and greatly in contrast with the thick and heavy Arche itself.
have a good weekend,
c.
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