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Erik van den Ham on November 17, 2011

LOL another village close by is called Oldeberkoop. These names are Nije= (New)Berkoop or old way of writing it "Brokope" is combined from two old Dutch words Broek= (Pronounciation Brook =meadow) and Ope= (derrived from Water). So (Olde)berkoop = Old. this village goes back(at least) to the year 1228.

P.s. zoals = such as or 'looks like'. Like = Mooi ;))

stacy metcalf on November 18, 2011

Such crisp and curiously captivating detail, Erik. i L12 zomming in on that frozen dew. But, it was the uniqueness of that web... never seen one like it before - so open yet encompassing all. With the frost it appears as more of a support structure ;)

A great eye for the macroscopic details...again :)

regards from Kelowna

Hielke Roelevink on November 18, 2011

Goed gespot en prachtig uit gevoerd! ook de link naar Frozen van WT,geweldig toch! Madonna had ooit ook een prachtige tekst met Frozen. Goeie Hielke

Rol/Photo/Alsace on November 20, 2011

WOUAHHHH.............. very very nice Erik


Best regard, r&s

els f on November 20, 2011

mooi gevangen in een breiwerkje van de natuur... super gedaan!! like

©junebug on November 23, 2011

Wonderful picture of this frozen beauty, Erik! LIKE! Greetings, Anne

K@rin on December 6, 2011

hallo Erik prachtge foto , deze bloem in 'kantrandje' van ijs. MOOI , groet Karin

Hana Koudelková on May 31, 2015

This photo would be perfect for the group "spiderweb".

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