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53 minutes ago, Caluma65 said:

Sensational set of shots Paul.  A few of these could quite easily be real life photographs.  Cheers,

 

Calum

 

Thank you kindly Calum :).

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47 minutes ago, Jack Sawyer said:

Fantastic Paul, especially the second one and I agree with Calum, they look like real photos.

 

Many thanks Jack :). Maybe I should just slip a real life one into a post one day! :lol:

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24 minutes ago, bernd1151 said:

Great shots, Paul. The second one is my favourite :)

 

Many thanks Bernd :). Glad that you liked them. 

 

Interestingly in that shot is a large advert on the building. De Grisogono is mainly owned by Angola's state diamond firm and Mrs Dos Santos's husband Sindika Dokolo. Recently leaked documents show a loan to buy the jeweller is costing the Angolan government millions of dollars.(BBC news)

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6 minutes ago, Stillwater said:

Great shots Paul, I can already smell the fresh air and the Swiss cheese... :wub:

 

Thank you Gerold :). It looks an amazing place to visit.

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3 hours ago, Stillwater said:

and the Swiss cheese... :wub:

Mmmm, swiss cheese...yum! Oh, and how about these beautiful images? Well, I always enjoy mountain scenery and these are looking very good Paul :) 

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35 minutes ago, Sniper31 said:

Mmmm, swiss cheese...yum! Oh, and how about these beautiful images? Well, I always enjoy mountain scenery and these are looking very good Paul :) 

 

Thank you Landon :). Indeed, a scenic place to fly.

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7 hours ago, VH-KDK said:

Wonderful images of the Alpine scenery Paul.

Plenty of interesting information too as usual.:)

The fact I can barely see my feet attests to me enjoying cheses of all types.:o

 

Many thanks Martyn :).  Next flight, I will bring back some Emmental and Gruyère for you then! :D

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