A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
This is a good one.Sydney - City and Suburbs
I love your concept of upside down look!Take a look at the sky over in South Korea
Wow! I love it! Terrific concept!Enjoy your weekend -- right side up or upside down, whatever works!Sylvia
Nice shot!and great sky...do you rotate it?
I'm a little dizzy but it's gorgeous!!!V
Nice shot, but it is making me dizzy! I can't believe that the verification word is 'sperm'. What's with that? I don't think I have ever come across a real word when filling in these words.
nT, this is a fantastic shot you have looking down on planet earth from the space station! - even if it is a Thursday.
Real. Cool. Shot.LL
Love this shot even with the upside down tower...
I liked this perspective!Ahh Tash, don't mind about my question, I said "you are multilingual", because the Lucerne region, they speak German and in Switzerland, on parlent trois langues!Now, I want to visit Berlin! :) but it's another adventure!Have a nice weekend!God bless youLéia
LOL! I was trying to figure out this photo till I read your commentary! Clever.
Glad you explained it, I was starting to get vertigo. Still haven't recovered.
I've got the verdigoo, too!
Very nice shot Tash! Happy SkyWatch!
OMG!! That is the real skywatch you are part of the sky ^_^Mine is here My Life’s Journey in Focus
Totally cool. It messes with my mind. Hope your back recovered. I'm imagining you in a Limbo pose to get this shot. Wonderful!-Kim
We sure do depend on our wireless devices these days! Pretty soon towers will be as thick as trees. I invite you to come see the solar halo I caught. -- Margy
Is it a reflection or have you just turned it upside down? Either way its a very cool SWF post.
Cool shot of the tower and sky. Happy skywatching.
Pretty dizzying. I'm trying to imagine your cricked neck!
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