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Posted By:LILLY
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2009-01-10 03:12:35
Hay Greg , Any Humor is Welcomed , I should of gotten that one .
2009-01-10 02:48:38
No need to apologize, Greg, your comment was brilliant! But then, I am biased, because I like Queen. ;-)
2009-01-10 02:41:30
Hey, Lilly - yes I realized it was an actual picture. I was playing off the words "Bohemian" and "Paradise" from the song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen from the late 1970's. Facetiousness, sarcasm, and word-play often don't translate well in print - especially when dealing with such a diverse community as Pixdaus attracts. So, my apologies to anyone who didn't get the humor in my post.
2009-01-09 10:50:54
greg . It's a real picture & place ,google czech republic , rock area then look under (at the top left hand corner ) images, and you'll see this photo . almost look"s digital . looked up some info for this photo . ================================================ Location: less than 100 kilometers northeast of Prague. The protected landscape area of Bohemian Paradise was the first of its kind in the Czech Republic – it was declared in 1955. In 2002, the rock town in Bohemian Paradise, a Czech natural monument, was proposed for registration in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The area consists mainly in thick-bedded sandstone, which was formed in the Mesozoic era at the edge of the sea present here at that time. The current form of the rock shapes is the result of the long-term effects of forces from inside the earth and permanent erosion. The rock town and the peaks of Cenozoic volcanic origin form the basis for the uniqueness of the territory. Some of the unique elements in the rock towns are caves, rock gateways and rock windows.
2009-01-09 03:04:24
"Is this the real rocks? Is it just fantasy? Call it a landslide, oh - escape from reality!" Sorry - couldn't help [mis-]quoting "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen. ;-) Seriously, though - this is a beautiful picture. It has a mysterious, other-worldly look to it.
2009-01-08 18:06:27
i think it is a part of heaven..
2009-01-08 14:31:33
Thanks Aliranjbar , I just wonder what the lower labyrinth looks like !
2009-01-08 14:08:18
great pic
2009-01-08 11:14:42
The best-known rock area of the Czech Republic was declared in 1933 already the state natural preserve. The rock town includes over 200 rock towers, a number of observation points lead both through the lower labyrinth of corridors and on the tops of rocky ranges. In Prachovské skály rank among the most sought-after climbing terrain in the Czech Republic. By Ben.... *******************************************