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Lovely photo and subject. I don't think my concentration would be on the evangelical with that view except maybe to offer divine thanks.

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Can't see it. You'd be surprised how often this happens with Flickr placed images ont he Forum. I recommend you place images directly here in the future.

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Can't see it. You'd be surprised how often this happens with Flickr placed images ont he Forum. I recommend you place images directly here in the future.

 

I now about this issue. It depends on your own flickr-settings and the country you are in, which photos you can see on flickr and which not. Anyway the is a downside in posting here directly: You can only post pictures at slightly more than 1000 pixels on the long side which is in most cases too small to really judge a picture. This is why I switched from posting directly to flickr.

 

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Marc

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