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Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by Husam, 3 July 2018.
Thanks @Husam Nice warm fuzzies for this morning.
South Bank Parklands - Brisbane, Australia Preikestolen Rock in Norway
Upside Down Photograph of Sydney Skyline in Wine Glass. Lunar Eclipse over Rio
Great picts ! ! thanks @Husam !
Cool photo , thanks @Husam for posting it. Y
Apologies for so many post in mistakes, I just trying to know how to post winks, Sorry
This is storm barrier that is used in the Netherlands and happens to be one of the biggest moving structures in the world! Crooked House in Sopot Poland
We were hoping for something similar (not that big, of course) for our harbor after it was destroyed in the 2011 tsunami. It was the surges that tore up the docks and pillars, and a surge barrier would have saved a lot of boats. But they went with a 50 million dollar rebuild, claiming we have the first tsunami resistant harbor on the west coast. We'll see!
Well this reminded me that rhinos and kids are wacky.
One of my favourite Jazz album covers of all time, @Husam - great idea for a thread. Regards Captain WH Rollins
Python Bridge, officially known as High Bridge (HogeBrug), is a bridge that spans the canal betweenSporenburg and Borneo Island in Eastern Docklands, Amsterdam. landscape at amangiri resort in utah
and how is the music Inside ? ?
Ohhhh ! is Utah really like that ? there is Nothing ? ? I have to street view (but is there street view in a desert ?). I would be totally scared if I were there !
With eight beautiful tracks Blowin' the Blues Away (release in November 1959) is one of Horace Silver's finest Blue Note studio albums - 45 minutes of pure listening pleasure. I purchased the album in the early 1980's and have never stopped listening to it. Regards Captain WH Rollins