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  1. #1
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    The weight of a single feather - worth watching with haunting music.

    This you must watch through to the end

    http://www.flixxy.com/the-incredible...m#.UY5d5bWG18E
    David

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    Amazing!
    Lizzie x


  3. #3
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    Wow!
    Wanda

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    Truly awesome!
    Sharonp

    Cruise Photos: http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/sharonp40 & http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharonsshiptravels/


    Ships sailed on:
    Vistafjord, Caronia, QE2, Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth Maiden Voyage, Aurora, Arcadia, Oriana, Oceana, Artemis, Ventura, Balmoral, Adonia, Discovery, Royal Princess (2013 ship), Nautica, MV Funchal
    Also Rhine and Dutch river cruises

    Ships visited:
    Independence of the Seas, Azura, Artania, Prinsendam, Maasdam, Crystal Symphony, Saga Sapphire, Saga Pearl II

    To come
    2014 Braemar to Rouen
    2015 Zaandam to S. America & Antarctica; Anthem of the Seas Maiden Paris & Bruges; Queen Victoria Cunard 175 cruise to Liverpool; Oriana to Central Med, NCL Norwegian Escape

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    Incredible!!
    dolly x


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    That is one of the most amazing and incredible things I have seen in a very long time. Words can't even explain what happens in that video. To think of the concentration it took for that woman to accomplish that incredible project. I cannot even imagine how many hours she put into developing the capacity to do that. They had to have the branches specially made in order to balance perfectly. Then to consider the very ending, that the removal of just a single feather topples the entire structure. I have an amazing amount of respect for what this woman managed to accomplish. That is amazing.

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    That is really something. Amazing is too small a word.
    Regards

    Peter








 

 

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