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Skycolla Featured By Owner May 31, 2017  Professional General Artist
Awesome!!! I love the shade of the clouds along the landscape!! Really beautiful!!

This place here reminds me of a place we have here in Portugal "Alentejo" :giggle:

Anyways, amazing work!!
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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2017  Professional Photographer
Thanks, we were driving along rather swiftly when I spotted this :) and I am yet to visit Portugal, I have some other friends that I need to catch up with that used to be here on DA that were always trying to get me to visit :)
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Skycolla Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2017  Professional General Artist
Portugal is a really beautiful place!! I lived here my whole life and I really like it!! I'm sure you will find lots of amazing things to photograph eheh :giggle: If you decide to come by don't forget that i'm from Portugal :happybounce:

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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2017  Professional Photographer
I have seen a little of it from photographs and movies, so yes, would certainly like to get there before too long and yes, is always great to catch up with fellow creative people when traveling too :aww:

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Skycolla Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2017  Professional General Artist
Yes :) I'm sure you wont regret to come here!! Specially when you know the good places where to take pics, one go them if you want to check on google is called "Sintra" it's one of the places where I really want to go soon to take some pics.

The problem about this place is that you can easily get lost in there, i'm not quite sure but I think there are even tours around because of that. It's a place that I dont recommend at all going by yourself, but it's really worth to go in there to take some good photography!! If you have time check it on google and let me know what you think!! :happybounce:

Sorry.. eheh i'm a talker :giggle:

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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2017  Professional Photographer
It does look like an interesting place :nod: so much colour and lots to see :aww: I think that places like that are why I like traveling so much, as Australia has a relatively short history in regards to the culture (in regards to the English history, the indigenous culture stretches back around 40,000+ years tho) so we really don't have a lot of interesting architecture or ruins etc :) and yes, sometimes it is better to have a guide at least to avoid getting lost :D :hug:
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Skycolla Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2017  Professional General Artist
Well you guys might not have ruins and might not have interesting architecture (i'm not really familiar with Australian culture :giggle:) but there is something you guys have that I would love to touch, pet, hug and hold.. The amazing koalas!! They are just too adorable!! 

And I read online you have a wonderful pink lake!!! Have you ever been there?? From what I see seems to be really awesome!! I would love to go there one day!! 

We have some ruins indeed but most of our architecture went down with a huge earthquake that took place in 1755.. Some things survived to that earthquake but not many.. People say we can have an earthquake that big at any time now since Lisbon is considered seismic hazard and an earthquake that big should happen every 200 years, and so far we have only had little one. We had a 4.2 last year, but it's good because according to scientists as long as we keep having little ones the odds of having a huge one are really small. :meow:

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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2017  Professional Photographer
Koalas are adorable yes :D I have piccies of them in my gallery too :aww: darth-marlan.deviantart.com/ga…

I think the lake you are talking about is over in Western Australia...I haven't been that far across. I have been as far as the Flinders Ranges, in South Australia. 
 
Ah, I see, and yes, I think that is correct, that smaller ones do tend to lessen the chance of a bigger one. We had one here that was 5.5 some time back, it was a bit strange as there are not really any fault lines or anything like that here, although, there was another one many years ago in the early 70s, that my mum said her bed rolled across the floor and there was a rumbling and a shaking felt in the house :)

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vytra Featured By Owner May 30, 2017
- this is Africa or Australia? :)

thanks.
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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner May 31, 2017  Professional Photographer
That one is Africa :D although lately I have been posting a little from Australia and the US :D
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vytra Featured By Owner May 31, 2017
- thanks, I like from Africa..

In the Africa by vytra  

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Omoidenoki Featured By Owner May 27, 2017
It deserved it but be careful Hug 
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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner May 28, 2017  Professional Photographer
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Maria-Schreuders Featured By Owner May 26, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Wonderful photo, great shot 
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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner May 27, 2017  Professional Photographer
Thank you :)
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Maria-Schreuders Featured By Owner May 27, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
You're so welcome  :wave: 
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Omoidenoki Featured By Owner May 26, 2017
Fabulous landscape :)
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Darth-Marlan Featured By Owner May 27, 2017  Professional Photographer
Thanks, was a little tricky, I was zipping past in a vehicle at the time :aww:
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