After waiting ages for a reply I can assume he isn’t going to bother. They don’t produce their own electricity. The center has a large concrete pillar going up it with heating in. So all the heat comes from the middle and radiates outwards.
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I am very lucky! I often do what you suggest. If you want to wade through the rubbish on my flickr account. I think there are some really nice views/picks from the house – I hope you enjoy them. https://www.flickr.com/photos/lionred/sets/
Nanga Parbat Base Camp trekking is one of the best trekking in your life you could ever do. Other places that you might like are * [Fairy Meadows, Pakistan](https://www.google.ca/search?q=aansu+lake&es_sm=93&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=A39yVdPjB4WwyQS7nIC4Bw&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1050&bih=1050#tbm=isch&q=fairy+meadows) * [Siri Paye, Pakistan](https://www.google.ca/search?q=aansu+lake&es_sm=93&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=A39yVdPjB4WwyQS7nIC4Bw&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1050&bih=1050#tbm=isch&q=siri+paye+landscape) Believe me, they are breathtaking!
Close, but after Mitchell left it was sold to the Duke and Duchess of Manchester The Duchess couldn’t stand the decor and converted it to Edwardian decor. The Duke then couldn’t control his gambling habits and went bankrupt so he sold it. The Nun’s
Looks a lot like Mount Wilson, just outside of Telluride/mountain village
How do they do these pictures? It looks like a miniature model to me, not a real scene. I have seen some done of Seattle at a farmer’s market and it was unreal
It was. If there was no wind I could hear the explosions and thunders.
Yeah, I did use my computer auto fix feature and there was a Tim hortons coffee cup near one of the fence posts. also I cropped a power line pole out of it. [Heres the original](http://i.imgur.com/q4nXDPO.jpg)
Thanks! I was on a 7 hour ride home from a gig in NY state and saw this out of the corner of my eye down a side street at like 6:30am. Had to turn around and get it. Only had an iPhone, but
Did you take the C&O canal trail from Harpers Ferry, then take the AT up to the lookout? I’ve done that hike before! Did you spend the night in the Ed Garvey Shelter or was it just a day hike?
I take the country I live in for granted some times. I really need to get exploring places like this.
How does a person get a place like that? Is it a permanent house or a resort-type deal? I’m a writer, and I’d love to live like that for a period of months.
The internet is slow. The premium package here is 6 Mb internet, and lag runs around 650 ms. Costs $150 a month for 40 Gigs. Also, in Barrow, unlike Prudhoe Bay (oil fields), people work here year-round. I have a 8:00-5:00 job, 365 days
The Lake Actually was a really bright turquoise color. I only used a Polarisation Filter on the camera to brighten the colours of the Sky and avoid reflections on the Lake itself. I guess unpolluted glacier water does the Trick for the colour of
Me too! And I stumbled upon it by mistake. I was just driving around Kerry and saw a sign that said Gap of Dunloe, had no idea what it was, and just drove to it. So glad I did. It was truly amazing.
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Is the line of tree’s above and behind the house a bit of a buffer for weather or possible movement of the earth or is it ornamental? I don’t mean to be disrespectful…I am honestly interested.
It was pretty cool actually. It’s a 30 square mile dune field in southern Colorado in a mountain valley. I guess the valley used to be a sea and all the sand kinda got blown into this one area. It’s just so surreal because
Apparently it has, considering I live in Moscow. The town itself with all of the wonderful amenities and features you described is ideal. The people who inhabit it year round are not. If Moscow had the sense of community that it deserves, it would
Stunning. Here’s more [info](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cerro_Torre) for those who got the sudden urge to go to there
It’s possible that it had some post-processing but being from Ireland, I have seen the sun go through trees like this to give a similar lighting effect. This image of the Dark Hedges shows how the sun can hit the trees to give that
No worries! It’s pretty close. In fact, great view of Inwood Hill from Fort Tryon. But I was almost jumped in Inwood, and not in Tryon, so I like the latter more now.
Thank you! And that’s cool, I had no idea. Actually I didn’t even know the locations of either of those. I took this with my phone, by the way. Damn decent camera.