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Favourite Photo Friday – Deserts, Snow and the Beatles

Friday photos from five continents today…
Hover over the images for explanations.

My bike in  the desert in Sudan

insect on flower Kyrgyzstan

Abbey Road - old and new

Pushing through the Nubian desert in Sudan

Expedition planning

A wintry Big Ben in the snow

Passing time in transit at Hong Kong airport

Henna Night

grace under pressure

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  1. wow – love the Mantis and the Asian girl

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  2. Ron Howards Posted

    Big Ben wins for me!

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  3. Dave Thomson Posted

    The Beatles and Abbey road is genius.

    Such a varied set – fab

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  4. A packed and ready to go bike is the best sight and feeling ever!!! Keep on riding!!!

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