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Old Aug 31, 2008, 10:43 PM   #11
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Obviously a wonderful adventure was had and you have some terrific shots to remember it.
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Old Sep 1, 2008, 8:49 AM   #12
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@jelpee

thanks jelpee
[line]@wadue

thanks, that castle was specially build because there where so many roving bandits in the area and it had more than it's use.
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thanks Kjell, it is a very nice small village, about 500 inhabitants.
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thanks Patty, the countryside is just marvelous. I'll post more shot's of it as I process the picture I took. Most of the small mountains there are extinct vulcano's.
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thanks Alex, not only beer but also chocolates.
Only be aware that the alcohol percentage in those beers can be a (tiny) bit higher than you might expect.

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thanks, sorry no black knights.
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thanks Tim,
yes you're correct. It's 2 shots with a knight in each of them that I combined later.
My first idea was to have the same knight twice in the same shot but the end result wasn't interesting enough. Lucky enough I did the same thing with both of them.
'Good idea about those racing car shots. '
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Your two pano with the two knights is wonderful! And the scenery is outstanding - more, more!
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Old Sep 1, 2008, 6:13 PM   #14
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Very well done Ron. What a beautiful place to stay. I think I could live there quite well after retirement. How is the housing there...I'm planning already!! Think a Redneck Dawg would fit in?

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Old Sep 2, 2008, 10:25 AM   #15
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Excellent shots Ron.

All wonderful, but I really love the last one.





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