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On all our Caribbean cruises we usually have a mimosa the first morning on the ship.  I always wait for an opportune moment and take a picture of our mimosas.  Here's one of those pictures.

 

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7 minutes ago, Oakman58 said:

On all our Caribbean cruises we usually have a mimosa the first morning on the ship.  I always wait for an opportune moment and take a picture of our mimosas.  Here's one of those pictures.

 

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I'm sorry, where are these mimosas you speak of?:classic_rolleyes:

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Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

 

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The Museum of Tomorrow (Museu do Amanhã), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

 

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2 hours ago, bornfreenowexpensive said:
This is a video on YouTube from my Dec 2019 Antarctica photography expedition.

 

Looks like a truly fabulous experience - thanks for sharing!

 

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The Museum of Tomorrow was just been build the last time we were in Rio, nice to see it finished.

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The first one is an eagle that I saw as we were pulling into Ketchikan, AK. I first saw the bird on a tree. I got a shot of it there, then as it was leaving the tree, then two more as it flew through the air. Those shots were no where near as clear as this one though.

 

The second one is the wooden eagle in Ketchikan.

 

The 3rd shot is my mother "Pretending" to throw the hook on the crab boat tour. I wish I could have borrowed a cigarette for mom as she posed for this shot.

 

The last is one of my favorite views up Creek Street. If you've never ventured up to the bridge above the salmon ladder, you need to do so and come down the other side. You'll be able to see a large circular pool where the salmon rest before heading further upstream.

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Leaving Auckland on our freighter

 

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Leaving Suva, Fiji, same trip

 

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At the equator, same trip

 

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Mid-ocean sunset

 

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San Francisco pilot approaching

 

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