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|This mail box is also the biggest in the world.|
When children from around the world write Santa in Greenland the letters lands in this box. They are then emptyed on december 24th. and Santa and his helpers write them back before he flews out aroound the world with presents.
The mail box was in 2006 moved to a new and more visible place for all.
|Here's a road that doesn't meet up! Actually it's just the way the pictures are (or are NOT, in this case) put together!||09/01/2007||1,036|
|I dont know what it is, but why this shape of trees on an island in the middle if the ocean?||11/14/2006||806|
|Something looks wrong with this lake. I dont think it would hold any water if it looked like this. :)||02/03/2008||473|
|Dont know name but it is really cool with loads of planes and a cool building made to be camofloughed at the end of the west side of the runway.||02/20/2007||809|
|Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport. Note the large yellow crosses on the runway.|
Zoom out a bit and you will see why!
|Fast shutter speed and a little patience...this road is a great escape from the city, but it is one lane and a little rough in spots...if you dont love your car too too much you can make it though||01/15/2006||496|
|saw these locally and while surfing the earth decided to check them out as for the abnormality by the trees i got no idea however the planes are paertially dismantled dont know what type ||03/20/2006||309|
|found this in manavgat, dont know what it says||02/10/2007||491|
|this should be a nice smooth arc, 50 meters out from the aussie rules goal-line. i dont know what the greenskeeper was thinking!!!||06/03/2009||520|
|I found this writing near a sports park in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.|
Unfortunately I dont know what it means, maybe somebody who speaks Thai can translate it for us?
|There are a big sign on the rocks. Dont know what meening of that, what writing in big letters. Take a look of El Paso. How many houses are there ? ^^||08/01/2005||863|
|This is the barque Lady Elizabeth|
Under a Norwegian Flag she arrived in the Falklands in 1913 with a cargo of lumber out of Vancouver for Delagoa. She struck the Uranie rock near Berkeley Sound, limped into Stanley, and was condemned as an insurance write-off. She acted as a storage hulk moored in Stanley Harbour for many years, until she broke her moorings in a storm in 1931 and drifted...