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Posted By:ademiromano
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2011-05-08 06:33:03
Thank you, Cinco de Mayo, your comments are very interesting, it seems that the mystery may be solved.
2011-05-07 07:16:10
CUERNAVACA, MORELOS, MEXICO! During the French rule over Mexico, this region was settled by French, German and Swiss immigrants that built huge mansions on large estates. The architecture was as much French inspired as it was Spanish. And they used European style stucco, based on lime, rather than the more ordinary Mexican style based on adobe. Peafowl (peacocks) have also escaped captivity here and are quite common on the ground around these former estates. This photo is not from Las Mananitas, but photos of Las Mananitas are an indication. Las Mananitas is now a 'world class' restaurant where diners, dine on the lawn behind a former 'French' estate while peafowl roam all about them. The climate is also right here. At a higher elevation, Cuernavaca is one of Mexico's cities of 'eternal spring' where it never gets too hot or too cold.
2011-05-06 10:00:11
Thanks for your thoughts Big Bird, you may well be right, there is certainly a lot of moss on the steps. There also seem to be ivy, geraniums and boston or fishbone fern which, it seems, will grow anywhere. It is a bit of pest where I live, invasive and hard to get rid of. The mystery remains.
2011-05-06 09:05:12
I really don't think that the southern coastal regions of France are humid enough Gabrielle. These regions have a mediterranean climate with mild humid winters but with very hot and dry summers. In addition the summers are lashed with windstorms that often blow very hot and very dry sand all of the way across from Northern Africa. If this photo is from France, it would have to be a deep inland valley or Northwest France. I really think it must be the Western Hemisphere, but I would not completely rule out Mexico. There is a great deal of French influence in the architecture and food in some parts of Mexico.
2011-05-06 08:36:10
YOU killed Pixdaus! Piss off, Patito!
2011-05-05 16:11:09
I am Patito, you sanctimonius, self-righteous fuckhead, and when I get ready to insult you I guaran-goddamn-tee you it will be as myself, not as some troll name. I have no idea who Phuckawf is, but he or she is absolutely right about you ....you're pathetic simple-minded dunbass with a bad case of constipation of the imagination.
2011-05-05 14:24:09
Yes, unfortunately I have noticed that too, Gabrielle... :(
2011-05-05 14:22:35
I hope your birthday is a special day, Gabrielle.... :)
2011-05-05 10:20:36
Also - it seems to me that we are getting an awful lot of "girlie" links across the bottom of the pages these days - lots of bottoms at the bottom in fact. What has happened to the more varietal links that used to be there?
2011-05-05 10:08:00
The funny thing is, that it is really my birthday tomorrow, but perhaps Cohise simply uses "happy birthday" as a happy ending salutation.
2011-05-05 06:25:15
LOL Gabrielle, you ARE a chararcter. Many thanks for the laugh. That's made my day much happier...;)
2011-05-05 03:10:44
To me the architecture suggested France and the southern coastal regions would certainly be humid enough. Any of the suggestions so far are all possibilities. It remains a mystery as does Cohise wishing me a happy birthday.
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2011-05-05 01:06:46
Looking at the photo, the vegetation and particularly the moss on the banister and steps, this has to be a relatively humid location. Italy is not likely, as it is far to arid their. I also doubt France, but I am not not familiar with Southern France. Since nothing suggests Spanish designs, I also doubt Spain, Mexico or Central America. New Orleans IS a possibility, but I would think that Savannah, Georgia or Charleston, South Carolina are more likely. Puerto Rico and the Caribbean are also possible. Do note that this is not a ground level entry, but rather a photo of a second story and that the steps, shown in the photo, are no longer in use and that the potted plants are receiving virtually no attention.
2011-05-04 23:31:24
And, you are obviously patito, still around hiding in the shadows.
2011-05-04 20:46:41
You are a simple-minded dumbass.
2011-05-04 14:32:01
New Orleans?
2011-05-04 14:03:48
Actually a husband and wife can both vote on the same photo, however, in order to do this they must use separate computers and different sign in names. They also may have to be on distinctly different wireless networks with different routers. Personally, I sometimes upload photos, but never vote on them. My wife never uploads photos, however she votes on them including mine. When she votes for my uploads, she sometimes votes them up, sometimes down and sometimes ignores them -- or so she says. But this is her choice, we are both registered Pixdaus users, but share a single computer. It was established quite a while ago that most Pixdaus users WERE up-voting their own photos by a single vote. In fact it was poppy who passed along the information as how to do this. The real problem, and the real cheaters, are those that are up-voting their own photos by +10, +20 or even more. It was not too long ago that an uploaded photo of Martin Luther King was up-voted by over 100 cheater votes.
2011-05-04 11:07:25
Every computer is allowed one vote on every photo. If you want to vote on your own uploaded photo, all you need to do is to sign out and have somebody else sign in under a different name. Somebody such as your wife, husband, etc. works fine. However, both of you, meaning you and your spouse, cannot vote on the same upload. It is as simple as that and in no way contrary to any Pixdaus rules.
2011-05-03 15:56:52
I just wish that someone would recognise the the picture and tell us all about it.
2011-05-02 16:43:59
So sorry this was placed under the wrong comment...
2011-05-02 16:39:10
Nice to speak with you, Cohise. Hope you are well. I'm very sorry about your post being voted down. But you have also posted some very nice photos as well. I don't think anyone is allowed to vote on their own photos, Cohise. You can still comment on the same post after voting up or down on it. They are not butterflies that is in that last link you provided here. That is a plant (shrub) called an azalea. But many thanks anyway for your kind comments about the post. Take care Cohise and have a wonderful day/night.... :)
2011-05-02 08:32:55
Erratum Concerning the following sentence: “I even accompanied it with some travel tips, but no-way, it’s already in the toilet”. You may also flush this. It’s a lapse, slip, and so on due to – as usually – too many things at the same time, writing too quickly and if we may believe evil tongues also owing to being drunk – what of course twaddle and waffle is. It is what the word “Erratum” means and thus ….. Pixdaus should better…….. So you may better replace it by: “It was even provided with some travels tips, but no-way, it’s already in the toilet”, or “It was even provided with some travels tips, but no-way, it’s already into the toilet”. In case of other problems, please call the plumber. Thank you.
2011-05-02 08:29:58
Erratum Concerning the following sentence: “I even accompanied it with some travel tips, but no-way, it’s already in the toilet”. You may also flush this. It’s a lapse, slip, and so on due to – as usually – too many things at the same time, writing too quickly and if we may believe evil tongues also owing to being drunk – what of course twaddle and waffle is. It is what the word “Erratum” means and thus ….. Pixdaus should better…….. So you may better replace it by: “It was even provided with some travels tips, but no-way, it’s already in the toilet”, or “It was even provided with some travels tips, but no-way, it’s already into the toilet”. In case of other problems, please call the plumber. Thank you.
2011-05-02 04:24:39
Yes indeed Gabrielle, how odd, this happens also to me with my picture on the page “”. Such a funny pic with happy people and a beautiful train in it. I even accompanied it with some travel tips, but no-way, it’s already in the toilet. By the way, is there anyone who can tell us how we uploaders can upvote our own pics. We think that registered uploaders as we are, should have been allowed to start with at least a credit of 10 marks. Just for a good start. I tried to upvote your comment, Gabrielle, but it didn’t work. Is it due to the fact that I’ve perhaps already voted for your comment ? I don’t know. Anyway, happy birthday to you Gabrielle.
2011-05-02 04:21:59
Yes indeed Mary PictureGirl, how odd, this happens also to me with my picture on the page “”. Such a funny pic with happy people and a beautiful train in it. I even accompanied it with some travel tips, but no-way, it’s already in the toilet. By the way, is there anyone who can tell us how we uploaders can upvote our own pics. We think that registered uploaders as we are, should have been allowed to start with at least a credit of 10 marks. Just for a good start. I tried to upvote your comment, Mary PictureGirl, but it didn’t work. Is it due to the fact that I’ve perhaps already voted for your comment ? I don’t know. Oh yes, what lovely beautiful butterflies you have uploaded there on the page “”. Congratulations.
2011-05-01 18:29:57
Never mind Ademiromano, it is a lovely picture and will remain one of life's little mysteries, like why anyone would bother to down vote our remarks on this page.
2011-05-01 18:26:48
Never mind Ademiromano, it is a lovely picture and will remain one of life's little mysteries, like why anyone would bother to down vote our remarks on this page.
2011-04-29 22:33:06
Why downvote my comments here and Gabrielle's also ? We didn't say anything to offend anyone.... :(
2011-04-29 19:05:31
in the blog (source) no information, sorry
2011-04-29 17:44:09
Yes thankyou, Gabrielle. I had a lovely Easter as well. Thankyou for your kind words about my posts. That is very nice of you to say. I wish that Tineye could shed some light on where this photo was taken. Perhaps Ademir you can remember from which site you saw this from. That would be great if you could. Many thanks... :)
2011-04-29 16:09:05
Thank you Mary, I had a lovely Easter and hope you did too. I miss your beautiful garden and waterway pictures. It seems that no one can, as yet, identify the photo above. I live in hope!
2011-04-23 22:17:59
Hi Gabrielle, Yes, I'm still around. I like to still see the many wonderful pics that are posted to this site each day and comment on some of them. Pixdaus has become a sort of way of life now. I just don't post pics anymore which in a way I miss doing. But at the same time, I don't miss posting. It's kind of hard to explain. Anyway, hope you are well and having a lovely Easter. Take care, Gabrielle.... :) PS. And please feel free to call me Mary... :)
2011-04-23 18:35:52
Hi, PictureGirl, it's nice to know you are still around. Yes, I also think it could be Italy, or maybe France, or quite a few other places with beautiful gardens and peacocks.
2011-04-23 17:34:55
With the way the style of the balcony is Gabrielle, I wouldn't be surprised if this place is in Italy. And I agree with you too that this picture is very pretty... :)
2011-04-23 15:23:46
This is a very pretty picture, I don't think it is funny, I just find it intrieging. Where is it? I suppose there must be a large garden nearby. I tried Tineye with no result.