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Old Jun 11, 2006, 4:23 PM   #21
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there are some very interesting colors in some of those pix... but plz review the forum rules... be concise... while sometimes you can slide by with 5-6 photos... (me:-)) It really isnt the best thing to post 25 photos at a time... really slows down the dial up guys...

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All right, canilater send here new photos Gyumri, or open a new topic?

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Hello M. Vahe! I very much enjoyed looking at your beautiful photos!

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Wonderful images, of architecture and art we in the West don't see very often. Your many interesting pictures would be greatly enhanced by some descriptions.One picture, that of the deserted street, looks a good deal like my hometown when I grew up.

Tell us about them, when you have time.




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