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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
Here's a link that some of you may enjoy: www.opacity.us
A 2000 years old roman city at mountains at 1000 meters altitude in Algeria.
In this time 20000 peaple used to live here, and now i am the only man in this place.
I loves taking pictures of old structures
My favorite fall down image (maybe)
An educational thread:
I had thought that Algeria was all sand. Now I see that parts of it look much like parts of my home state of Oregon- a state many people probably think is completely covered with dense forest and moss. See below.
However, we do not have similar ruins. Our oldest structures are not two thousand, nor even two hundred years old.
On Bakeoven Rd, between Maupin and Shaniko, Oregon.
World is not only how peaple imagine it.
Indeed, although I must admit we do have our share of moss and trees.
Ruins of a mining operation just south of Bahia de Los Angeles, Baja California Norte.
"Its Kale" ruins
Pournari dam, Epirus, Greece
In the flooded village of Fagos
Kryoneri, north Patraikos bay, Greece
The old railway station, abandoned since October 1970
In northern Ga.
Where is it?
Also, and this is just a suggestion, next time you might consider cropping out the guy taking the leak.
Let's see you spend the night in that bad boy!
I just never can get enough of this place, The old Lodge by Old Faithful is spectacular.
I've been following his site for years. He's an amazing photographer, and got me into UE for quite a while.