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Famous landmark in Nagasaki, one of the first arch bridges in the country, built in 1634.
The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights
Disney's Hollywood Studios
Walt Disney World Resort
Lake Buena Vista, FL
Spectacle dont je ne me lasse jamais, Les gorges du Verdon qui sortent à peine de la brume.
Hoping to catch Amtrak's Westbound Chief at ESS Pauline, as storms approached from the North, Mother Nature had other ideas. With roughly 25 minutes until #3 would have streaked past I clicked off this shot, moments later a bright flash and almost instantaneous boom chased me away. At home and under a Thunderstorm Warning, I listened between the crashes of thunder to the Southwest Chief as it passed Pauline on it's nightly sojourn.
I'm afraid this isn't the best - it's really not sharp whatsoever. I did this ages ago and forgot about it, was looking for something else and found it.
Went all kinds of photoshoppage mental on it to try detract from the rubbish focus (the feather was poking me in the eye so I wasn't still). Thought I might add it to the portfolio anyway. I wonder if it should be turned round?
Looks a bit 80's to me, although hopefully not looking like Boy George.
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There is one spectacle grander than the sea, that is the sky; there is one spectacle grander than the sky, that is the interior of the soul.
I'm looking today two hours this spectacular sunset on riverside Sava inZagreb.We have beautiful day today!
I was lucky enough to watch this storm unfolding from my window. It really was a beautiful display.
Spectacle owl on the right. We're all making spectacles of ourselves.
Wiki - Meganebashi (眼鏡橋) or Spectacles Bridge, over the Nakashima River (中島川) was built in Nagasaki in 1634 by the Japanese monk Mokusu of Kofukuji Temple. It is said to be the oldest stone arch bridge in Japan and has been designated as an Important Cultural Property. It received the nickname "Spectacles Bridge" because its two arches and their reflection in the water create the image of a pair of spectacles. On July 23, 1982, a disastrous deluge washed away six of the ten stone bridges over the Nakashima River. Meganebashi was badly damaged but fortunately almost all the original stones were retrieved and the bridge was restored to its original appearance.
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