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Fairytales in Landscape

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I learned a new Norwegian phrase at the weekend. A Traktoregg is the white wrapped bale you see. The surreal orange one is part of a set of weird and wonderful site specific installation which precedes an outdoor theatrical performance on the edge of the sea.

Fairytales in Landscape These Eyes

Choose life

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26th Aug 2008, 15:24   | tags:,,comments (10)

Set in stone

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Still testing Shozu and wondering why it doesn't include my titles and tags when I send.

- Taken at 1:12 PM on August 01, 2008 - cameraphone upload by ShoZu
22nd Aug 2008, 15:59   | tags:,comments (3)

OJ is back online

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But still not an industrial spy, even if I do get more excited by GPS masts than I should.

Testing Shozu on my SE C902

- Taken at 6:01 PM on July 31, 2008 - cameraphone upload by ShoZu
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La Machine....

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...sera spectaculaire spectaculaire. And it's a secret.

More teasing ici and ici

Kanyon Mrtvice

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The canyon of the Mrtvica river, a narrow tributary of the Moraca river. It's more accessible than the mighty Moraca and Tara canyons.

hiked a little way up alongside the emerald water. It really is that colour.

My cameraphone is broken and awaiting replacement with a younger model, so
in lieu of fresh photos, this is a DSLR picture from last week.

Tara Bridge

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The canyon of the Tara river in Northern Montenegro is the deepest and
longest in Europe and claims to be the second deepest anywhere in the world.
After you know where.

Across the bridge, it's only a few miles to the Serbian border. Like the
whole of this region, it is dramatic and almost surreally free of the usual
trappings of tourism.

Most of the visitors you'll encounter are either Serbian or Austrian. The latter nation are assisting with putting some sort of infrastructure in place for mountaineers and hikers to visit.

I had a great, sweet, Turkish coffee watching the sun play on the rock and concrete. Travellers of a more nervous disposition may feel they need a stiff drink after encountering a lorry on a crumbling hairpin bend.


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