Parapat, beside Lake Toba, North Sumatra, Indonesia

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Comments (10)

bdeh on July 23, 2010

Very good picture Ian. Greetings Berend

Ian Stehbens on July 23, 2010

Thanks Berend. The gardener just knew that one day I would come along and want to have a garden in the foreground of my photo! He was so thoughtful.

It is a beautiful part of the world.

Greetings. Ian

beegood on July 25, 2010

Thanks to the mighty gardener of our world ~ incredible, isn't it ~ thank you for sharing dear Ian ~ have a good start 2morrow morning ~ warmest greetings ~ Maja ~~~~~~~~

Ian Stehbens on July 29, 2010

Perhaps it has a touch of Germany about it: a European Church sitting on a hill in the midst of a green hilly landscape and a lake (or river) in the foreground. Yes it is beautiful and a special landscape. favourite place. Thank you Maja, I have had a fruitful week, but next week gets better for Margaret arrives in Tonga to join me!!


ƤōƝƓ-not going to Vi… on July 30, 2010

WOW! Ian, Sumatera landscape is just as stunning as that in New Zealand.

beegood on September 4, 2010

Hope you are still haveing a happy time travelling around! Love ~ Maja

Ian Stehbens on September 18, 2010

Hi Ah-pong,

Sorry for the delay but I have been travelling around a bit lately, as well as enjoying visits from Australian friends. I love NZ and Sumatra, but right now I am being enthralled again by Tonga.

Thanks for your visits and appreciation.


Ian Stehbens on September 18, 2010

Indeed I am, Maja. Wonderful times, awesome times, fulfilling times and happy times.

~~~ Ian ~~~~~~~~~

beegood on September 18, 2010

So glad for you ~~~~~~~ Maja ~~~

Ian Stehbens on September 19, 2010

~~~and I trust that you are fulfilled and expectant about the new role, purpose and challenges. Go for it, Maja my friend!


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Photo taken in Jl. Siborong Borong - Parapat, Girsang Sipangan Bolon, Simalungun, Sumatera Utara 21174, Indonesia

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