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Journaling reads:
(Left page) --- Baalbek, Lebanon
The Baalbek museum was housed in a large vaulted tunnel.
It is very well designed and full of replicas and real artifacts found among the ruins.
What I like the most was actually the delicate drawings of all architectural designs.
These are some of them.


(Right page) --- It was hot and sunny that morning the day we visited Baalbek -
the ancient World Heritage site in Lebanon.
But then as soon as we arrived, it rained.
We were totally unprepared for the coldness and the rain made it hard to take photos,
but we decided to brave the weather. And we weren't disappointed in the least.


These 20m. tall granite Roman columns have been standing
through wars and earthquakes since the first century B.C.
The sheer size of them is intimidating enough.
However, the most astonishing thing about the whole Roman temple ruins is
the determination and engineering ingenuity of those ancient builders.


It was such a memorable and humbling experience for all,
especially for Neill and Michael who looked just like tiny ants
comparing to the gigantic Roman pillars!



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All papers and elements from Designs by Anita kit Outdoor Fun
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Mask from Cracked Masks set from Designs by Anita
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SMI


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Fri May 21, 2010 12:22am

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Sun May 23, 2010 10:30am

Is this digital?
OMG it looks so 3D... seems like I can touch it!
Amazing double page!
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Sun May 23, 2010 10:54am

Oh, I just LOVE the 2 pager. Two thumbs up for me.
Great journaling and photo perspectives.
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Sun May 23, 2010 9:52pm

Wow! This is stunning! I love your journaling, the blended photo, and those papers!
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Mon May 24, 2010 10:27am

Such a stunning layout. Your travel layouts are incredible. I love the neutral colors that make your incredible photos shine. And the ladder is such an intriguing touch.
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