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 Beautiful garden or memorial! Where is it? I especially like the shaped trees. 19/Feb/13 12:10 AM |  |
 I thought it was some sort of memorial garden, too, Shiela. 19/Feb/13 12:24 AM |  |
 1. Note g19=34.Unique possibilities to 41.2. Whether e7=68,c7=86=a4;e4=1.UP46.3. If g8=9=d2,g5=6=b2=d3=e6=f8,d6=7;79 have no place in Box E8.So g8=6.UP81. 19/Feb/13 1:50 AM |  |
 Poignant photo--yes, where? 19/Feb/13 2:49 AM |  |
 I think I recognize this picture. It may have been taken at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. 19/Feb/13 3:07 AM |  |
 I just Googled and took the online tour of the Biltmore, Glen and I didn't see anything like that. 19/Feb/13 3:27 AM |  |
 I just deleted my browsing history and that ad disappeared! 19/Feb/13 3:31 AM |  |
 Like Alfred's#1. LS and LC; UP41#2. Chain[2+2] : EmptyRectangle : 6,8 :e7=c7-c456=a4 :=> e4=1,ac4=6;UP45;i12=5;UP46 Solving column g and the strong digit 9 ...#3. Chain[7] : (6=9)g8-9d8=9d2-9b2=(9-8)b1=*WWings[(6=8)e7-8e1=*8f1-(8=6)d3.f5] -> 6g8=6e7=6d3 and 6g8=6e7=6f5 :=> -6df8; UP81 19/Feb/13 3:47 AM |  |
 I think it's Wagdy's - Andalusian Gardens Cairo.Just googled it & Wagdy's photo is there!http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/andalus.htm 19/Feb/13 8:31 AM |  |
 28 (34)g19=>g1<>742 e9=1=>h9=9=>{c4=9=>h4=1=>h2=5=>c9=5&h8=8=>i9=6=>i6=5=>c6=8=>(c7=6&e4=8)}= >e7={}=>e9<>143 i6=5=>{g6=6&h2=5=>h4=1=>c5=1=>c6=8=>(c7=6=>&e4=8)}=>e7={}=>i6<>5 44 More... 19/Feb/13 10:25 AM |  |
 Or, more likely, someone submitted the photo from that website. 19/Feb/13 10:45 AM |  |
 0. Standard techniques UP 411. Double kite 6,8 (6)e7=c7-a89=a4 and (8)e7=c7-a89=a4 =>e4=1 UP 462. Kraken column (6)e679 => d6<>8{(6-9)e9=e1-(9=8)b1-b3=(8)d3{(6)e7-c7=(6-9)c4=c5-(9=6)g5-(6=8)f5{(6)e6-(6=8)f53. Kraken row (6)dei6 => c4<>6 =>UP 81{(6)d6-(6=8)d3-b3=(8-9)b1=e1-e9=h9-h4=(9)c4{(6)e6-e7=(6)c7{(6)i6-de6=f5-(6=9)g5-c5=(9)c4 19/Feb/13 10:50 AM |  |
 http://www.flickr.com/photos/8049097@N05/535959163/in/photostreamIf you go here to Wagdy's Flickr page you'll see the same photo only larger. Wagdy took a lot of photos, so I doubt he needs to use other peoples. The woman could have taken her own photo (it is possible for people to take the More... 19/Feb/13 3:41 PM |  |

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