Amelia Royan
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Look closely and beyond, for there is so much to see. Look both at the beautiful and the plain and record what you see, for things change, sometimes rapidly and sometimes imperceptibly. Nothing is ever quite the same again. Please do not use a copy and paste comment. I would be far happier if you expressed your views on a photo in an interesting and original way, then I would be more inclined to visit your gallery. The Google Translate function works well, so the use of English is not necessary. Friendly wishes. Please - no more invitations to groups.
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Glad you liked it, Amelia. The knees defrosted by now, this photo site probably never...

Your network is still doing quite Ok. We saw recently here the miracle that trains were taken out of the tracks even before the snowing. Probably it was wise, but I'd like to know do they really find so precise forecasts somewhere... :)

Maybe I should have posted in Black and White, Hubs. ;-)

Greetings, Amelia

I love such kind of 'ruins'. like! Greetings, Reinhard

Simply great! l + f! Gretings, Reinhard I added yout to the list of my favourite photographers.

Nearly looks like a Japanese painting! Well done! l + f! Greetings, Reinhard

Idyllic place very well captured! Nice reflections! l + f! Greetings, Reinhard

An exceptional study in B&W, Hubs. Wonderful perspective and some mystery too.

Friendly greetings, Amelia

I love the way the snow has collected on one side of the trees, Anne. It makes a lovely frame for the glorious scenery beyond.

Warm hugs from snow-less Shropshire, Amelia

They don't seem to mind getting cold feet, Arto. I have seen ducks in east Norway on a big frozen river where there was a space specially melted for them. I hope you took some grain with you! ;-)

Greetings to Finland, Amelia

Don't worry, Dany, there's no anchor here, but there is one here. ;-)



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