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Thus we travel our more or less uncharted waters leaving ripples which too will remain only for a short time. But every wavelet changes every other, and we shou...
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Thus we travel our more or less uncharted waters leaving ripples which too will remain only for a short time. But every wavelet changes every other, and we should think of our lives in the same way.
The waters we affect pass through their cycle, and appear again elsewhere - and so do we. Nothing ever is lost, nothing ever is finished. And this is good in many ways.

Dedicated to a friend who has passed away a few hours ago. Sail on, Grle! We shall meet again, and ere long.
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shakyhands November 01, 2015
Your photo blew me away .That photo is amazing . Where in the world is the water so clear that you can see so many swarms of fish , from so far away and they are probably very deep under the surface of the water . Nice job
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LookSee November 01, 2015
Huh? Lake Ohrid is clear, and the in-water visibility sometimes exceeds 25 meters... but this scenery was taken from 500 meters over the surface, and there is no fish to be seen - no way!
What may have appeared like a fish swarm (upper right) is actually the cloud reflecting in the wavelets, and there is also a ship's wake reflecting sunshine (for light direction, see the tree shadows).
But thanks for liking the photo! :)

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