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Look before you leap

Boy it feels good to get rid of exams.

Another one from my great ocean road trip – a cliff at the Twelve Apostles. The one below shows the walkabout from where I clicked the above photo and vice versa.

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Vega said.. Reply

look at the lower part of cliff properly, it looks like a fox..nice pictures,..

Rashmi said.. Reply

Oh no! not another animal figure somewhere in the pic.. my imagination must really suck! I can't make out :( well but thank god for the beauty of reality (at least somethings)... absoultely love the view and this shot and that unending horizon.... It's just beautiful!

Rungta said.. Reply

Thanks Vega and Rashmi.
You've gotta help us out here Vega cause I can't see no fox either!

Vega said.. Reply

look at the lower part of the cliff..near the sea..there's a snout, the ears are not well defined, it looks like an angry might look like a bear to u, but I find it more like a fox,..

Souvik Das Gupta said.. Reply

Lovely.. and this comment is coming through Firefox, running in Win Xp running in Parallels Desktop VM running in Mac OS X running in Macbook Pro..... Height of virtualization...

Rungta said.. Reply

Man you people have wild imaginations. I would've never been able to make it out if not for Abhishesk's overlay drawing.

Souvik, that's just one level of virtualization. Heights would be running another virtualised OS inside that Windows XP on Parallels.

Anchal said.. Reply

The fox was tough to figure out at one go but who!! the colours of the ocean are mesmerising. and the place where the water and sky seem to meet looks too good. I'd like a higher resolution for this one!

Aditya said.. Reply

The first photo was pretty good, but the second, I feel, not upto your high standards; I think.

Abhishek's link is not working.

Abhishek said.. Reply

Switched to another server. Wait for another 5 hours.

Varenya said.. Reply

Can someone please tell me what does a fox look like?

Rungta said.. Reply

Aditya, assuming that by second photo you mean the one below, its because I didn't think it was 'upto my high standards' that I put it up as a secondary photo and not as a different post by itself.

Varenya, this might be of help.

Rashmi said.. Reply

I think ! needed that link of the foxes too!
Well it's a good thing you added the pic thats below before someone asked from where did you take the above pic from. ;)

Bavani Sam said.. Reply

Brown...Blue!! Awesome one Rungta.. :) Yai...exams over! Helluva!!!

Aditya said.. Reply

One more thing, when I am viewing some part of the second image and some part of the comments, the comments are not visible/readable. Though, they do appear when I highlight them and the highlighted portion remains visible even after I deselect it, but remaining only till I do not move the page- after which you cannot read that again.

Ahh, I see the change in the commenting system. I guess it is for people like me. Thanks there mate, and Abhishek- you too!

Aditya said.. Reply

By the way I am on IE v 6.0 here

Rungta said.. Reply

Thanks Bavani.

Aditya, I'm aware of the bug you've described. Funny thing (as always with bugs) is, it shows up only on some IE 6 installations and works just fine with others. Its very likely due to some javascript bug in IE and not my code. I'm being a little selfish here but I just can't stand to work with IE and since this one wasn't showing up on most computers that I tested, I decided to ignore it. (Try installing the latest IE 6 updates)

I'd been wanting to make the comment form remember values from a long time but kept putting it off due to my lazyness. I realised the damage it caused yesterday so I got on to it! I don't understand though – how did you realise there was a change before commenting?

Rashmi said.. Reply

Cool! well you can make out the change before commenting cause' the name and email spaces are already filled! i didn't know that could be done.. if thats what its supposed to do.. then awesome!

Rungta said.. Reply

That's what its supposed to do allright. Its just that the form wasn't saving the info before I updated the system. So it should fill in your name and email the second time onwards and not the first time itself as it doesn't know who you are then.

Vega said.. Reply

hey..can u give me the e—mail id or something of your friend who is at NIFT, Hyd? Thanks.

Aditya said.. Reply

It was because, I could read the 'Null' written in the form.

Rungta said.. Reply wasn't supposed to show 'null' but thanks for pointing out. I've fixed that now.

Nag said.. Reply

there are no more words to describe it.