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Old Dec 8, 2010, 11:54 AM   #1
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From Änggårdsbergen

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I don't think I have ever seen a house with so many bulges in it as that linne street house. Wow that looks like a really unique structure. Very nice shot of it at that angle!
I like the quaintness of this second shot, with the wheelbarrow in front is an interesting point in the picture. another great shot and composition...

( I was wondering about the usefullness of the paddles/oars, I guess you could use them if the snow gets high enough to float the wheelbarrow eh?)

Your shots are always worth the time to peek and comment, I hope you don't mind the humor from time to time Torgny...
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Old Dec 11, 2010, 3:40 AM   #4
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I don't think I have ever seen a house with so many bulges in it as that linne street house. Wow that looks like a really unique structure. Very nice shot of it at that angle!
I like the quaintness of this second shot, with the wheelbarrow in front is an interesting point in the picture. another great shot and composition...

( I was wondering about the usefullness of the paddles/oars, I guess you could use them if the snow gets high enough to float the wheelbarrow eh?)

Your shots are always worth the time to peek and comment, I hope you don't mind the humor from time to time Torgny...

Frank,

In case of even more snow you take the wheelbarrow in front of the house. I'll take this one. We'll make it out to the civilization...

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