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January 04, 2013


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Can't wait for your post when you return to the cafe. Photos are unbelievable!


Amazing photos! Reminded me of villages in India. I have never participated in B/W wednesday...looking forward to be an active member from now on!

Merisi in Vienna

Beautiful images and interesting story. I would have never expected frozen pipes in Death Valley. ;-)

Happy New Year,

Simona Carini

Thank you, Debra. I am also looking forward to go back, though I don't know when that will happen.

Hi Ami and welcome. Thanks for your comment: I hope you'll join the B&W Wednesday party. It has made me experiment with monochrome photography for the first time in my life.

Ciao Merisi. The temperature differential in Death Valley is astounding. I will share more images that will surprise you. Happy New Year to you!

My Italian Smörgåsbord

amazing pictures. really exotic to an European, wish I could go there one day. besos


I love these photos in sepia tone.

Simona Carini

Thanks, Barbara. You are right: they are exotic to our eyes. Sometimes I feel like I am in a movie I watched as a kid.

Thanks, Paz!

Lail | With A Spin

Beautiful story and pictures. The BWW gallery is up -

Simona Carini

Thank you so much, Lail!

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