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    Default Two rowing boats

    Two rowing boats passing through the Keil Docks.
    Tiny human powered boats among the huge ships around them.
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    I did a search of our archives and did not find these. Please upload them and we will try get them in our database. Great find!!
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    Default I am getting a "fatal error" at the file link..

    can they be uplaoded by someone else ?

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    Can you describe it a little more, how and when you get what error message?

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    Default Both links, here at the top of the page and..

    at the main menu, (Great things you've found Discuss cool locations to visit with Google Earth. Be sure to upload your .kmz files to our files area.)

    give me permanently this error page:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/google/public_html/forums/includes/dl_main.php on line 15

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    Ok, that's a problem only Mickey can solve. Please use this link.

    Software is like entropy. It is difficult to grasp, weighs nothing, and obeys the second law of thermodynamics; i.e., it always increases.
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    Wow, that was an old links. I think it's been broken like that for months. Oops.

    Thanks for letting us know about it, and it's fixed now.

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    10.15632521732199E, 54.33082581468474N

    Also there is a problem of double imaging ( Imaging twice but due to time difference the ships have moved a little ahead in second shot )

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