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Andrea Agillon
Attended University of the Philippines Los Baños
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OMG that is really a very long way! They brought me to Canberra from Sydney and i think that is just enough for a day. I love your highways because there are very few vehicles, and i like those toilets standing solely beside the highways. Vegetation there is more dry but also exciting most specially because i am new to those landscapes. But the 5-hour bus tour from Queenstown, NZ to Milford Sound is more exciting because of the very unique and unusual vegetation and mountains. Have you been there, i strongly recommend that route, spectacular.
'S</strike>he drives me crazy...' It's a flippin' long way to Sydney!  871 km's to be precise. It feels even longer when your eighteen year old son is behind the wheel, learning to drive! In Victoria, Australia ...
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Hi Stan, thanks for visiting my post. Your shots are certainly very good portraits of working people in their crafts. Wonderful, and they all seem to have orange, haha!
      Today’s images were taken this past summer at the St. Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada and the Rochester Public Market. While there is not a whole lot of orange, there is enough to catch your eye. They are ‘portraits’ o...
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Thanks for visiting my post at Pure Oxygen Generators. I love your photo above also, i think we have an almost similar flower here too with some differences. 
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Gracias a ti Andrea, muy amable.
Saludos.
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Oh what a spectacular day tour! I love your photos. I've been to Copenhagen just for one Saturday and we just walked the city, we failed to remember or write any name because we were in a hurry to cover more space. But those very nicely colored buildings is very familiar. Thanks for the reminisce.
Nyhavn Canal Copenhagen is a big city with easily a week's worth of museums and sites to see and we had 24 hours.  We opted for Nyhavn (that water just calls to us...), a walk around the city down the Stroget (a major shoppin...
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Oh this is lovely, anything made with mango is good for me. We have style here we call 'refrigerator cake', very easy to make and fast, and easily made into dessert. Our 'Carabao' mango is really fantastic with it.
Mango, one of the most popular tropical fruits and palatable since ancient times, has had a certain importance in India, its country of origin. The mango tree appears in many Indian legends and is considered sacred, with the ...
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Am just learning how to post here, this is my first from the 5th Floor Window.
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Hi i am not sure if you will be able to come to my site because i am not active in Google+, although i have 2 blogsites.

Your photos are wonderful as well as your gardens. I was in Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane last December, and what a shame i have not visited botanical gardens. I haven't been to Melbourne either, but my days were so filled that until now i still am regurgitating my experiences and photos. In fact my last post was the Tallest Vertical Garden in Sydney.
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+Andrea Agillon You must see if you can add Melbourne into that impressive list of Australian cities visited. We would have much to show you especially as you love plants and gardens! I certainly have managed to get to both your blogs, having not found them before. Love both your orchid post and the one on the incredible vertical garden!
Thank you for your visit
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Oh My God, this is really an awesome photo!  May we know where this is? ...and Happy Anniversary.
Wordless Wednesday... Shhhhhh, LET'S GET WORDLESS!! All typos for the pleasure of those who enjoy finding!
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Hi Andrea
This is in the Foothills of the Himalayas in India.
Thank you for your best wishes
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I am so sorry about this happening with your works. It is really rampant in our society. That thief is really a bit stupid and ignorant in asking if you have the copyright, as copyright is yours upon creation of that work. A copy is just deposited at the National Library and the Supreme Court to give the burden of proof to whoever will contest ownership. It is very obviously stolen as the two pictures are the same, clouds move in seconds. 

It is really sad that a lot of us are not aware of IPR rules, and at the same time very unethical and disrespectful of the rights of others. If this is shameful for ordinary folks, it is doubly unacceptable and disgusting for people in the tourism office or supposedly "educated people". In the university where i came from, plagiarists are kicked out from the payrolls or from the students list.
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Thanks Nids!  I hope this is resolved quickly
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i love your shot, wonderfully composed too!
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You have so many plants that i like, unfortunately they wont grow here except gaillardia. A friend from USA sent me seeds and from the so many, it is just the one tolerant of our hot climate. It started during our dry season and continues till now even at 36C at filtered light. I love pansies too, but till now i don't know the difference between pansies and violas.
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Understood. Makes sense!
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