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Nice pics! I dread the thought of what the weather will be like when winter actually begins on Dec 21.
Nice pictures. However, totally unsuitable for wallpaper on any screen larger then, say, 10 inches. Completely out of focus on a normal desktop screen (resolution issues).
I was there in 1985 (submarine ported at Pearl Harbor). It looks like Hanauma Bay, but that was soooo long ago. Uh, I barely remember making it back to the ship that night, because of some detours to the Crow's Nest and Moose McGillicuddy's. Cheers, and Hang loose, Brah!
I can take better pics than the Cat Island series. When did you ever stand on a beach like that and see a crooked horizon? Did anyone review these?
Spent parts of 3 years in Key West while in the Navy and often hear this song in my head.... And watch the sun go down Hear the sea roll in But I'll be thinking of you And how it might have been Hear the night birds cry Watch the sunset die Well I hope you understand I just had to go back to the island
What!? Where is Four Mile beach, Port Douglas, and Cable Beach, Broome both in Australia. See some images on http://www.murranji.com.au BTW, Monaco and Newport Beach Sydney aren't tropical Malcolm
Why depress people now that we have good weather. Wait till summer gets here and show people that it could be worse.
Have you been to the topics recently? Do you have some photos you'd like to share - I'll add them to this gallery and we can virtually bask in the warm sun.
No need to worry about winter this year. The world will end on Dec 21 -- at least according to the Mayan calendar.
Was the Blue Kangaroo still playing at the Crow's Nest? I was stationed at Schofield Barracks a few years prior to your visit.
... and I'll publish them. I am restricted to public domain images and images I get permission for - that limits what I can do.
One of my most favorite Leon Russell songs. Suits these images well - especially the first two and the Ft. Lauderdale Beach, Florida one.
I went to the Murranji Gallery web site. Beautiful. It'd be nice to have the panoramic of Mango Sunset made into a cubicle skin.