Home Sweet Home  

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Uploaded: 03/05/06 11:44 PM GMT
Home Sweet Home
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Taken from NASA's VisibleEarth archives.

Credit: NASA.


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03/06/06 12:01 AM GMT
The area looks somewhat familiar ... Please tell us where is it ?!
[Next time I will try your other leg]
Great and impressive and in my HD file of favourite desktop images. Many thanks, Phil.
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
03/06/06 12:09 AM GMT
Oh--I see it! Hint: The island at the top is getting ready to have a big celebration having to do with a young lad who first came there as a slave, having been kidnapped by pirates and sold to a local chieftain. The boy eventually escaped, but returned one day, this time as a free man and a missionary...

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03/06/06 1:05 AM GMT
This shot works well if rotated 180 degrees, too.
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03/06/06 2:35 AM GMT
He he he. You know when I saw ths I was expecting your house. Niw where is it. Good image.
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Art is the perception of the creator. Meaning is the perception of the viewer. acceptance is the perception of society.
03/06/06 2:55 AM GMT
I'd rotate it minus 90 degrees for best recognition.

Great shot, beautiful blues, fun desktop!

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03/06/06 3:19 AM GMT
Home Sweet Home? This is hardly the little house on the prairie but interesting none the less.
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Since we cant change reality. Let us change our eyes in which we percieve reality. Nikos Kazantzakis.
03/06/06 5:24 AM GMT
Another great job of locating and cleaning up for an image for our viewing pleasure. I am having a wee bit of difficulty seeing your house must be time for my visit to the eye doctor :))
Thanks once again for the work that you do :~)
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~ Mimi~
03/06/06 10:30 PM GMT
Hey, i can see my house - its the one on the green bit near the sea.
I particually like the swirling waters (wind?) that moves diagonally across from the top to the right. This image makes us look a little close to poles i think. Beautiful clarity and the angle disorentates things.
Another fine space image. Thanks for showing!
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Your ever so clever but if your not clever you will never get into heaven again
03/06/06 10:35 PM GMT
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"A good snapshot stops a moment from running away." ~Eudora Welty~
03/07/06 12:59 AM GMT
Looks like a nice place to live..
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One bead at a time
03/08/06 11:03 PM GMT
Very Nice. Good Job!!
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03/10/06 10:44 PM GMT
Amazing how this pic is full of movement and really not flat: the clives at the North are very impressive, being so "tormented" :)

Thx for sharing !!
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03/12/06 3:05 AM GMT
wait .. I can't find my house

oh no! .. they moved while I was surfing the net
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03/13/06 4:27 PM GMT
This is great! Always nice to see "home".
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03/30/06 9:31 AM GMT that your house there on the left? I think I see Keifer's floating just off the Scottish coast.
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Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer - and often the supreme disappointment. -Ansel Adams,......... My Gallery
04/09/06 1:33 PM GMT
Wow! { Naturally the title drew me in}.....excellent!
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03/05/07 10:28 PM GMT
Wow that is great! I just don't want to fall! ;P
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Photographers are artists, magicians. They capture beauty so that it will last forever, and they might change it, make it something it is not. Thanks to photoshop!
09/24/07 6:18 PM GMT
Looks like an unusually clear day for England! :)
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