Mountain Music

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Comments (157)

Sigurtor Holm on March 13, 2009

great title. Greetings Sig.

Norrel on March 16, 2009

Thanks for your visit, Sig!

|W| |K|U|R|Y| on March 16, 2009

hi norrel, just saw your posts at don lamonts gallery. so i'm here for a short visit of yours. i like this kind of b&w shots. will add your gallery to my favs to visit you again. have a nice week.

greetings from austria, koery

Norrel on March 20, 2009

Hi Koery. Thanks for visiting! Yeah, Don has a cool gallery, quite different from the other stuff you find here. I like it. I've noticed you around here on Panoramio, but I hadn't taken a hike to your pages yet. I'll go there today.

Cheers, Norrel

|W| |K|U|R|Y| on March 20, 2009

yep norrel, indeed don has a very cool gallery. i have to agree with you. i like his shots and specially his kind of humor. besides, his gallery is a valuable documentation on his homeland, with its abandoned tumbledown buildings that tell us storys of better days. i value him greatly as a brillant photographer and as "pharao of little egypt" :). have a nice day!

Norrel on March 20, 2009

I fully agree on that, Koery! The more deterioration, the more Don seems to like it.

ugyen dorji on March 20, 2009

Very Cool Photo, Looks So Good,

Greetings from








Bits-n-Pieces on March 20, 2009

Yes - pretty amuzing that my spam photos are attracting the spam gulls, Norrel, isn't it? But it appears other spammers appreciate fine Mountain Music as well!

Norrel on March 20, 2009

I'd rather have Spam-fences in this pic than snow-fences, Bits...

marita1005 on March 20, 2009

NORREL wonderful picture and titel, what musik do you heard in the mountain? perhaps Winter song greetings from Austria Marita

Norrel on March 20, 2009

Of course it was yodel music, marita ;>) Thanks for visiting.

Cheers, Norrel

not1word on March 21, 2009

I'm a little teapot!

Caroline S.S.Tamaki on March 24, 2009

WOOOOW, this is perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Loved it!!!! favourited and bested of :)

Norrel on March 29, 2009

Thanks for your nice comment, Caroline!

Norrel on March 29, 2009

Eh... not1word, I've been wondering for 9 days why you are a little teapot. Not a big teapot, but a little teapot. And why a teapot? Maybe it's because I'm not a native speaker, so I don't understand the different meanings of "teapot", but it has kept me awake for 9 days by now, so I decided to ask.


not1word on March 30, 2009

I was going to leave you hanging for another nine days, Norrel, but that wouldn't be polite.

I'm referring to a song that schoolchildren learn over here. It's fun the first couple thousand times that you hear it, but it can tend to get a bit old after that. Goggle it for a small taste of which I speak.

Norrel on March 30, 2009

Thanks for explaining, not1word. I surely couldn't have stand another nine days wondering. I think every country has songs like this. In my country the beautiful song Potje met vet is very popular. In this little movie you see some traditional Dutch partying, while people sing this song. I need to tell you that I don't know anyone in this movie.

T NL on March 31, 2009

How dare you post a link to such a banal movie starring this incredibly annoying song below a photo featuring such top quality sheet music, Norrel?! The contrast simply is too big... (sorry for interfering yet another conversation on this shot by the way but I couldn't resist running that stupid song down here! :))

Still like the photo though!

Norrel on March 31, 2009

You are darn right, T NL! I should be ashamed, but there is nothing left I can do about it. If I would delete my previous posting, people would think you meant the teapot song of not1word, which is actually a very nice song. I'm really sorry about posting my "potje-met-vet" song.

I'm happy that you still like my mountain music.

someGuyinmasset on March 31, 2009


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    by Norrel
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