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The photos from Japan and from the world that they simply present.
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日本から、世界から、シンプルに筆者達が贈る今日の一枚。
次の投稿者はあなたです。

let me explain the rules of TODAY'S PHOTO.
All you have to do is to attach the photo, put the title and your name and send it to the given E-mail address. You can only send it once a day.
And that's it. So simple, isn't it?
There shouldn't be any border in this blog.
we can share the feelings wherever we are. And that's where we are trying to get to. So let's make it happen!
※ The one that's chosen for "The best photo of the week" will be displayed on the top page for 1 week.

2011/03/03

Twelve Apostles (AUS, Melbourne)

Mina☆

9 件のコメント:

  1. これってどういう風に出来たんですか?

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  2. どーやってできたんでしょう⁇

    リョータご存知⁇
    メルボルン住んでたし。

    何にしても、めちゃ壮大で感動しました☆彡

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  3. I D K & didn't go there... lol

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  4. According to the Wikipedia, the twelve apostles were formed by erosion(浸食作用): the harsh (=heavy) weather conditions from the Southern Ocean gradually eroded(浸食した) the soft limestone(石灰岩) to form caves in the cliffs(断崖絶壁), which then became arches, which in turn collapsed(崩壊したった); leaving rock stacks up to 45 metres high.

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  5. Thank you kana♪I must study english!!!!

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  6. This pic is telling me I GOTTA GO to Australia!

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  7. oh! cheers. sorry for being lazy...

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  8. No problem ;-D
    just quickly search on the net,cos I wanted to know about it too.:-)hehehe

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