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ouadji



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Post 22 Jun 2010, 22:31
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shoorick



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very nice!
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MHajduk



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Yeah, ouadji, that's beautiful and eye-catching scenery. Looks quite familiar, like a photo taken somewhere in Poland. Very Happy


Here you have three examples of the pictures shot by me in May this year in my garden (two tulip varieties and lilac in full bloom):

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Post 23 Jun 2010, 12:26
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ouadji



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Woaw, very nice photos MHajduk
beautifull garden, Congratulations!

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MHajduk



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Multicolor daylilies, originally native to Eurasia. Some species are edible but I haven't tried to eat them so far. Wink

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shoorick



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El Tangas



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Here are some views of my city. The weather was fine today, and it was a national holiday, so I went for a walk and took these pics.

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MHajduk



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Hi, El Tangas. Smile

Greetings from Poland to Portugal. Very Happy

Superb photos, I like especially the third (seaside boulevard) and the second one. Lisbon (in the first photo we can see fragment of the Ponte 25 de Abril, right?) seems to be a really beautiful, spacious and neat city.

BTW, in the last picture, on the right side, we can see contour of the Monument to the Discoveries, (some info). Wink
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guignol



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MHajduk wrote:
BTW, in the last picture, on the right side, we can see contour of the Monument to the Discoveries, (some info). Wink
Looks like some soviet crud.
Post 06 Oct 2010, 11:37
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shoorick



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nice evening sea sight!
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El Tangas



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Hi MHajduk, I see you know Lisbon well. Sure you've never been here?
The boulevard actually is riverside, bordering the Tagus.
Maybe later I'll take some pictures of the sunset over the Atlantic...

And guignol, it's not soviet, but it was built by our previous fascist style dictatorial regime. The opposites allways come close...
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guignol



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El Tangas
Opposites? Cool
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MHajduk



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El Tangas wrote:
Hi MHajduk, I see you know Lisbon well. Sure you've never been here?
Yes, I'm sure I've never been to Lisbon (at least in this life Wink ). Smile
El Tangas wrote:
Maybe later I'll take some pictures of the sunset over the Atlantic...
I'd like to see them - sunsets in Portugal must be beautiful. Smile
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MHajduk



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Autumn asters:

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Post 18 Oct 2010, 13:10
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shoorick



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with autumn bees Smile
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shoorick



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a set of positive pictures with grandmoms by Inge Löök:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/floridagirl7/sets/72157618074940896
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YONG



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YONG
You may find some of my recent shots here.

Enjoy! Razz
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MHajduk



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YONG SIR wrote:
You may find some of my recent shots here.
Yeah, I've seen the most of these pictures before. From the newest ones I liked especially these named "Contrast", "Don't shoot!"and "Sculpture". I'm curious where the former one was taken? The place you've presented has an improbable atmosphere mainly thanks to the nice architecture and soft light. Smile
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
YONG SIR wrote:
You may find some of my recent shots here.
Yeah, I've seen the most of these pictures before. From the newest ones I liked especially these named "Contrast", "Don't shoot!"and "Sculpture". I'm curious where the former one was taken? The place you've presented has an improbable atmosphere mainly thanks to the nice architecture and soft light. Smile
That photo was taken inside the Main Building of the top Asian university. (Refer to this.) Wink
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Tyler



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Pictures like the second here are interesting. It's fun to look at all the random crap people are doing. Like that guy in the middle, who appears to be floating in the air... with his dog. Smile
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