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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

More Intriguing Places!!

At the University of Munich in Germany , this 4 story slide can take students from any floor down to ground level.
Water slide at the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island , Bahamas . 

A fisherman in New Zealand discovered a translucent sea creature off Northland's Karikari Peninsula.

River in Japan filled with cherry blossom petals. 


Mersad said...

Amazing sights.

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Lowell said...

Well, my dear, this is a fascinating collection of shots! That slide is too much. I wonder how many students say they're going to the library to study when they're really going to the library to slide.

Reminds me of Paul Simon's "Slip-sliding Away."

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Margie's Musings said...

Verrry interesting!

Jo said...

All so amazing!

TexWisGirl said...

that first slide is awesome!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Oh that last one, dare I say, is as pretty as a picture!!! YAM xx

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Good heavens Sylvia, you do find the most fab pics.. loved the slide coming down to ground level, even though I'd never be able to go down it :)

Bill S. said...

Very interesting. I like the see-through fish - You can have the water slide through the sharks.

Gemma Wiseman said...

An extraordinary mix of fascinating photos. I wonder how students manage to negotiate that slide with books and any other baggage.

Catherine said...

Love the cherry blossom river.

Merisi said...

Such beauty, balsam for the soul, especially on a day like this! Thank you, Sylvia, for sharing.

Lois said...

You do find the most interesting things to share Sylvia! I especially love those cherry blossoms.

magiceye said...

Loved the University slide!

Indrani said...

Whoa! Amazing pics. Thank you for showing.

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