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MHajduk



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These are beautiful and eye-catching landscapes, Picnic. You must have a plenty of similarly wonderful places there. Smile
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YONG



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Those are excellent photos, Picnic. Wink
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Thanks, unfortunately I had no camera with me.
The coastline around Attica is quite beautiful.

In a relatively short distance from where i was yesterday is the ancient Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion.
There is a ritualistic atmosphere and the view of Aegean is excellent, you can get some really nice shots there.
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"Dying Planet" remark reminds me of George Carlin for some reason.
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AsmGuru62 wrote:
"Dying Planet" remark reminds me of George Carlin for some reason.
His birth name was "George Denis Patrick Carlin".

George Carlin - Religion is bullshit

It seems to me that people with the name "Patrick" are, in general, utterly wise!

Wink
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MHajduk



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Picnic wrote:
In a relatively short distance from where i was yesterday is the ancient Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion.
There is a ritualistic atmosphere and the view of Aegean is excellent, you can get some really nice shots there.
If I ever visit Greece and Athens, I will see this enchanting place for sure. Wink
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MHajduk



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I'd like to present here a couple of photos taken by me in the late summer and early autumn.

A gate between two seasons (the trunks of the twin pines with vines of Virginia creeper climbing on them):

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"Dynamics of the clouds":

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Yellow flowers of Jerusalem artichoke (sunroot, topinambour):

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MHajduk wrote:
I'd like to present here a couple of photos taken by me in the late summer and early autumn.

"Dynamics of the clouds":

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I like this photo a lot. Very good composition. Wink
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MHajduk



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Thanks. Very Happy

It was a unique moment of the year, the first day of autumn, quite sunny yet the sky was full of fabulously shaped and multi-layered clouds scattered by the strong winds blowing in various directions.
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MHajduk



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A few winter landscapes (taken in January and February 2013):

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Smile
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YONG



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I like the middle one. And I wonder what the cylindrical structure (near the upper right corner of the photo) is. Rolling Eyes Nice photos. Wink
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
I like the middle one. And I wonder what the cylindrical structure (near the upper right corner of the photo) is. Rolling Eyes Nice photos. Wink
I'm glad you like the photos. Smile

The structure you have mentioned is an object of small architecture, a type of wayside column shrine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayside_shrine) with a statue of Jesus inside the glass-case. It was built by our predecessors a few decades ago before the moment we bought the ground. It needs some kind of restoration from time to time. Here you have two pictures showing me during the final stage of the shrine repairs in September last year:

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MHajduk wrote:
A few winter landscapes (taken in January and February 2013)


bajecznie! Smile

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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
The structure you have mentioned is an object of small architecture, a type of wayside column shrine ...
A shrine ... it is a new word for me. Thanks for letting me know.

BTW, you look very smart in that sporty outfit in the photos. Wink
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MHajduk



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shoorick wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
A few winter landscapes (taken in January and February 2013)


bajecznie! Smile
Thanks. Smile
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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
The structure you have mentioned is an object of small architecture, a type of wayside column shrine ...
A shrine ... it is a new word for me. Thanks for letting me know.

BTW, you look very smart in that sporty outfit in the photos. Wink
Fortunately, I haven't any photos from the time when I was painting the trunks of the fruit trees' with lime - it was a far dirtier work. Razz
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Meteorologists say that March this year is coldest of the last 7 years here and if the situation won't change it could be the coldest of the last 26 years:

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nice shot! Smile
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What a soul-calming sunshine shot! Razz

The weather may be the coldest in 26 years. Once the tough weather is over, however, Spring will be more than beautiful. Wink
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Arkansas' First Ever Occurrence of Snow in May
http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/arkansas-first-ever-occurrence/11699506

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Since record-keeping began in 1819, Arkansas never had snow fall in May; that was until Friday.

Arkansas joined the list of places the recent rare May snowstorm made history, ....


dying planet.
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