October in Roskilde. Trees, as people, touch "grey" from the extremities...

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Comments (19)

Fantastic landscape Olga!! Lovely trees around!!!

Best wishes from Greece, Kostas

Vyacheslav L on December 11, 2008

Красивый вид! Мне нравятся такие виды с отдельными деревьями на лужайках!


Olga I. Yakovenko on December 11, 2008

А еще какое оно замечательное - порыжело на кончиках, а сверху еще нет. Я не обращала внимания. мы, люди седеем так же, или наоборот. Хотя сама седая, а об этом не задумывалась. Ольга

Olga I. Yakovenko on December 15, 2008

Вячеслав, присмотрелась к людям - мы ведь тоже седеем не от корней, а с кончиков...

Vyacheslav L on December 16, 2008

Да, Ольга, это действительно так! И сравнение с деревом интересно получилось!


Gabriel Avramovici on December 19, 2008

Also beautiful scenery!

Warm greetings,Gabi

John Callas on February 9, 2009

nice shot OLGA YANNIS

Olga I. Yakovenko on February 10, 2009

Yannis, first I have looked your movie about Greece and enjoyed it with a music I liked much. And only then I have seen, that htis is your music - Very nice. Then kyou for the so nice movie and very agreable music, Olga

Olga Perkalska on February 16, 2009


LichtenHansen on February 28, 2009

Beautiful place. I hope you liked Denmark.

Greetings from Denmark, Allan LichtenHansen.

Olga I. Yakovenko on February 28, 2009

Оля, большое спасибо!

Alan, I have appreciated much Denmark, its nature, people and manner of life. I find all of a very high level. Moreover, all people speak English, and there is no problem to ask them. But the only prolbem was with Dannish language: what you hear and what is written are very different thins. Olga

LichtenHansen on February 28, 2009

Hi Olga,

What do you mean by: "But the only prolbem was with Dannish language: what you hear and what is written are very different thins."?

Olga I. Yakovenko on February 28, 2009

I mean, for example, you see a world of good 10 letters, and you here only 5-6 and somthing other, that it is written.

More closely and not so dramatic: Roskilde is written , but they say Roskille. If there is g or r at some last positions, it changes the pronounciation, and you hear something else, but not g and r, and near leeters sounds also by other way. Fortunately, the transport is so well organized, that it is possible to follow the way having a map and looking at the insriptions, Olga

LichtenHansen on February 28, 2009

Oh yes, the danish language is not easy.

Olga I. Yakovenko on February 28, 2009

Alan, Sure, the problem lies in the knowledge, If I know the language, these problems are not seen. We laugh always with French: Jacques - 7 letters and 3 sounds. In Russian it is written Жак - 3 letters, as many as sounds. In English, for ex., daughter - 8 letters and 4 sounds, in Russian it shoud be written доте... With Russian language this problem doesn't exist, our alphabet was made for the very close old language, and each sound had its letter (the same was with Greek and Latin, where the alphabeth were made according to sounds). In Russian the grammer is awful. Olga

Kris40 on March 24, 2009


Olga I. Yakovenko on March 24, 2009

Kris, thank you for allyour comments in my pages, olga

АЙРАТ ХАЙРЕТДИНОВ on October 22, 2010


thor@odin™ on March 3, 2011

Beautiful mood Olga like Peter

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Olga I. Yakovenko
Москва, город Москва, Россия

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