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Old Jul 27, 2007, 5:38 AM   #11
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Wery nice sunsets...1st one is my fav

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Old Jul 27, 2007, 5:44 AM   #12
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Wery nice sunsets...1st one is my fav

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Old Jul 27, 2007, 1:03 PM   #13
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I missed these,

no1 is a great shot

but no2 has something extra going for it, for me, its almost... its so 'moody' it brings an air of surrealism in play, not sure what which make it a favorite for me :shock:
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Old Jul 28, 2007, 3:37 AM   #14
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Oh! A back yard to die for

btw, isn't Kalamata famous for its fig species??
Thanks bahadir,, yes he has a spectacular view,, Kalamata is also famous for their Olive Oil, right now in my yard i cut down 80 Orange trees and left 12 only,, i am going to buy small olive trees from Kalamata and plant like 80 of them in my back yard, you know as i was driving to Kalamata you have to go up the 4th largest mountain in Greece (Mt Taygetus) to get there next time i will stop for a few pictures of the view
That sounds great my friend! Nothing compares to unfiltered genuine olive oilinabreakfastplate,with tomatoes and sheep cheese floating in it:-)

Though we have some very good brands which are sold at Herrold's, I still prefer buyingolive oil from a local manufacturerin a nearby village!But, man it's not for everybody for Idon't likemuch of % 1 acid which is like water to me:G

Anyway, would like to visit your yard sometime soon!
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Old Jul 28, 2007, 5:08 AM   #15
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I missed these,

no1 is a great shot

but no2 has something extra going for it, for me, its almost... its so 'moody' it brings an air of surrealism in play, not sure what which make it a favorite for me :shock:
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Old Jul 28, 2007, 5:10 AM   #16
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Oh! A back yard to die for

btw, isn't Kalamata famous for its fig species??
Thanks bahadir,, yes he has a spectacular view,, Kalamata is also famous for their Olive Oil, right now in my yard i cut down 80 Orange trees and left 12 only,, i am going to buy small olive trees from Kalamata and plant like 80 of them in my back yard, you know as i was driving to Kalamata you have to go up the 4th largest mountain in Greece (Mt Taygetus) to get there next time i will stop for a few pictures of the view
That sounds great my friend! Nothing compares to unfiltered genuine olive oilinabreakfastplate,with tomatoes and sheep cheese floating in it:-)

Though we have some very good brands which are sold at Herrold's, I still prefer buyingolive oil from a local manufacturerin a nearby village!But, man it's not for everybody for Idon't likemuch of % 1 acid which is like water to me:G

Anyway, would like to visit your yard sometime soon!
Your telling me, and it's probably the only oil that is good for you,, you are more than welcome to visit arkadias
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