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These photos are wonderful and I have a bunch of favorites. I love the balcony scene with the nice glasses of wine. Amarillo you two look so peaceful and relaxed.

Adeena62 that yacht is worth a couple of bucks I bet.

I have some from my last cruise I will post shortly.

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These photos were taken from the Carnival Pride in May 2004. There is a story behind these photos. I heard someone yell, "There they are." So I look at the dock and this is what I saw ...




I wasn't sure who "they" were until I heard some yell, "Get a better watch." Seems these people should be on the ship, and as you can tell, the ship is no longer docked ...




Here "they" are, rejoining the cruise ...



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Below is our traveling companion Teddy Hebert (pronounced "A Bear") relaxing on our balcony.




Very cute picture, but wish Princess would do away with the blue plexiglass (or whatever it is). It reminds me of some meat counter displays with those lights to make the meat redder.


The sea is true blue. No need to add that phony blue to make it bluer.

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We just returned from a six-day repositioner with many good memories. Here's an inter-balcony shot of our friends from down and away on the Radiance:





The rest from the trip are here: http://www.pbase.com/pierce324/pacnw2007




Just took a travel through your link of pictures ... I've viewed your others as well........what an eye you have..those were stunning photos....and the commentary was just great! :D

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This balcony picture was taken on our last day on NCL Pride of America. There's nothing like watching the sunrise over Diamond Head while sipping a cup of delicious Kona coffee!


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Because Webshots does not allow linking to its full sized photos. Try Photobucket.Com.



Sure they do (Maybe not full size, but much larger). First you have to change the size over on the "Link to this Picture" box to about 500.





Or even 600.




And then paste the "direct link to image" when you need to insert the URL.




:cool: Pete

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