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Start up of the Day, Iberostar Lindo Resort
29-OCT-2009

Start up of the Day, Iberostar Lindo Resort

Temperature; +25C Wind; 0.2 m/sec Rain; None

Nikon D300
1/1250s f/6.3 at 38.0mm iso400 full exif

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Ann Cleeves22-Jan-2010 23:45
I will just say this is a most attractive fruity shot......the light is most dramatic
Noor Khan20-Nov-2009 02:41
Hahaha...
Oh yeah, Shmels... in Peshawar we use them for kebabs.
My God, how we can carry on about some fruit, and wattermellon seeds!
Eldar Kadymov20-Nov-2009 02:37
Strokes don't work well with guava, need longer fruit or somethin'....
Eldar Kadymov20-Nov-2009 02:34
I give up too... I promise to never , ever shoot Schmell ( Russian canister flame thrower ) over the exotic fruits and my brothers ( you are ) , unless on the Moon or beside ultimate nudnicks on Capitol, ahahahahahahaaaa.
Noor Khan20-Nov-2009 02:31
I like guava. Thanks for the Wikipedia link. Thai people like them unripe and sour. When my wife was in Peshawar and was buying all of a venders unripe supply a local came up and started yelling at the vender for trying to unload his unripe guavas on her. I had to explain to him those were the ones she wanted. Different strokes.
Noor Khan20-Nov-2009 02:26
Yes, I arrest my case. The watermellon has seeds. In Peshawar we remove them with AK47. ONes that resist get the RPG...lol
Eldar Kadymov20-Nov-2009 02:01
Grrrrrrrrrr..... No, amigo, the right one and green, like my face when I read your last message, ahahahahahahaaa !!!
Noor Khan20-Nov-2009 01:51
The red one in back left?
Eldar Kadymov20-Nov-2009 01:43
This is guava, amigo... LOL
Noor Khan20-Nov-2009 01:10
Why are there seeds in the watermellon?
Eldar Kadymov19-Nov-2009 23:53
They don't serve them raw in 6* resort...
Noor Khan19-Nov-2009 22:48
Where's the chillies?