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    A natural formation!
    Better a full bottle in front of me
    than a full frontal lobotomy.
    Hans

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    Very cool looking cliffs Hans. All limestone I assume?

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    • HansE
      HansE commented
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      Yes some of it was a bit chalky but I presumed that that was due to weathering. An interesting phenomonon.

  • #3
    Great images Hans. It really is a unique landscape. And well adorned with a few good looking extras. Welcome back to paradise!
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    • #4
      Thanks Isac. It is for a short while only. I have to carry my wife's bags to Thailand as she has planned a bridge holiday.
      I don't play which means I will have plenty of time to take photos.
      Regarding the extras.That's one advantage of having loads of tourists about, you don't need to hire models.
      Better a full bottle in front of me
      than a full frontal lobotomy.
      Hans

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      • Isac
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        From tog to bag man - such diversification! Plenty of bridges in Thailand so you can have a "Bridge Holiday" as well
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