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    yes it is!!!
    OMG, it isnt by any chance the KFU hospita beach?
    That brings back soooomany memories
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    sadly no!

    it's the half moon beach,much dirtier than the KFU beach

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    half moon huh? never really liked that place mind you their swimming pools are great arent they?
    Have you seen the dolphins? though Im not sure you can see them from half moon.
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    nah there are no dolphines in the haif moon if there were,they would have died
    I've seen the dolphines from other private beaches like Aramco's, wonderfull, wonderfull.

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    look how the laughing faces are ordered! nice one me!

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    youve been to the Aramco beach wow! you lucky thing I went thir once with some aramco friends the waves were so high the were like a foot above my head...or thats how I rember it.
    No I think half moon faces the wrong way its on a sticky out bit faacing inland hence half moon...Isnt it? and the dolphins are out there ....
    this is all making me wish I was back there, I love the sea.
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    Loch Katrine: the site of glasgow's water supply and the loch in Sir Walter Scott's novel Lady of the Lake.

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    That's so pretty! I'd love to visit Glasgow someday.
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    That's just beautiful Kilted!

    These are some picture of the trip we took to Table Butte this summer. It's a butte in the middle of nowhere about 30 miles from where my parents live. It doesn't look like much in the first picture but it's deceptively steep, we had to make a couple of stops on our way up, of course it didn't help that it was about 100 degrees that day either. It's considered a sacred site to the Native Americans in the area(it's on a reservation) and the second picture is of the shrine where they leave offerings to the spirits, they leave scarves, blankets and there are a few bundles of tobacco there as well. The third picture is the view from the top, notice the teeny, tiny cows to the left.





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    Don't trust strangers





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    I agree with Logos in her earlier post re: photobucket for an image host. They have worked out well for me and never spam members. And it's free. The link in my sig gives some info on the whole process with links to various hosts, a few of which don't require registration. (and yes, all are free). Also a couple of suggestions for free image and photo editing software (which can resize images) There are 2 pages in the thread, I tried to cover quite a bit. Anway...

    *edit* I just wanted to mention how striking your pictures were, Idril and Kilted. Sub, your pic offers sound advice
    These are all thumbnails, click on the image to expand.

    I guess this pic is self explanantory.


    The gravestone of the founding father of a nearby town.


    My bestfriend's little girl imitating a swan. She is very, very smart and beautiful as well.


    The swan in question...




    In my backyard this past spring


    A waterspout thingy at the park. I thought the shape of it looked like one of the swans flapping it's wings, about to fly off.
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    ok, I can't remember if it was actually me who took it or the friend I was hiking with, but here's one of my favorites:
    Optima dies ... prima fugit

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    yes,Night! I miss that too

    Kilted: I can't see your pic


    Idril:nice view

    Kath and blue ,can't see yours

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    thanks for your advice kathy I've registered for a photobucket acount

    Here are some pics of our Geography fieldtrip to London this summer. Got the Cornwall pics at my bf's place...

    Wow, awesome pics everyone! I want to go to the U.S. to see those places

    Lloyds Building


    The Gherkin





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    Paternoster Sqare (where the New Stock Exchange is located)

    the man at the bottom right whose nose is cut off is our Geo professor




    The New Stock Exchange


    a market

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