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Posted By:REMAK
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2010-06-10 00:38:08
THX Gabrielle, that was indeed very kind! Thank you very much!!
2010-06-02 12:27:19
That was kind and thoughtful of you to do that, Gabrielle. Many thanks... :)
2010-06-02 10:52:15
I sent an email to Pixdaus about the incorrect caption and a Simone replied saying that she would fix it - and so she did. She has also since corrected another picture by an Australian photographer - black and white pic of the turbulent wave "Boil Rocks" by Geoffrey Lea, wrongly attributed to a Russian!
2010-06-02 09:10:16
No, unfortunately Remak, it wasn't me that changed the caption, but I am glad that it has been changed. I am sorry to see you go. All the best for the future, Remak. Maybe we'll see you back in the new platform (whenever that is)....
2010-06-02 08:15:38
I don't know who take the credit for the change of the caption from "Somewhere in China" to the correct "Franklin River, Tasmania" but THANK YOU!! Was it you PictureGirl? :-) THX!!! And bye-bye...
2010-05-15 23:12:19
You are right, Gabrielle. The photographer's name though is spelt Peter Dombrovskis.
2010-05-15 14:36:45
For Aussies this is an iconic image, made famous in the fight to save the Franklin River. I think it may have been taken by Peter Dombovskis.
2010-05-15 07:33:29
You can ask Pixdaus REMAK - they'll do it.
2010-05-15 05:20:47
You are very welcome once again, Remak. I think that Pixdaus could change the caption for you. Why don't you send them an email and ask them to do that ? It wouldn't hurt... :-)
2010-05-15 01:52:09
THX for the wiki link, PictureGirl! Very interesting, indeed! What a pity that it is not possile to change the caption of the picture now! :-(
2010-05-14 21:21:24
In fact, if anyone is interested, this link explains about this river and the proposed dam, much better...
2010-05-14 21:18:42
You are welcome, Remak. A very lovely photo by the way. This picture helped to save this river from being made into a dam many years ago. It is still a wilderness area to this day... :)
2010-05-14 21:08:39
THX, PictureGirl. I think I had a wrong source.
2010-05-14 20:48:23
This is not in China. This is in Tasmania, Australia, a place called Franklin River. I thought that I recognized the picture as soon as I saw it...