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Old Nov 29, 2008, 1:21 PM   #1
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The first picture moved me at the first sight filling me lots of tranquility and nostalgia! It could only be fromsome grandparent's 'well settled' house: )

I also liked the second picturehinting 'end of the season' or simply 'closed!'... oh,except a special occasion (we often find one here in the Aegean:-))



PS. I 'd suggest youinsert your photos from a host website like flickr or sth.so that I could still beenjoying them as Iwas writing the lines above : )
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The first picture moved me at the first sight filling me lots of tranquility and nostalgia! It could only be fromsome grandparent's 'well settled' house: )

I also liked the second picturehinting 'end of the season' or simply 'closed!'... oh,except a special occasion (we often find one here in the Aegean:-))



PS. I 'd suggest youinsert your photos from a host website like flickr or sth.so that I could still beenjoying them as Iwas writing the lines above : )
Thank you, bahadir. Yes, it's like the time has stopped in those old houses. Old wall clockworks, counting the seconds in the background, only emphasize the stillness

You caught me in a riddle. Can only guess what special occasions you have in mind :-)

Photos might very well be meant for the eternity. I am very happy to have a possibility to share them with others at this site with so many fine photographers. My own pictures though are meant for the moment, like castles built in the sand

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