Boris Miller
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As time goes by...there'll be some moments, places, feelings, one might like to keep a memory of, and perhaps even share with complete strangers. So, here... I really enjoy sharing comments (not necessarily of standard copy-paste variety)) Have a slight aversion towards over-manipulated images, HDR, and impersonal postcard-photomural-imagebank style photos. Thanks for visiting - "Harmony and understanding, sympathy and trust abounding!" :)

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Hi Boris! Strolling along your collection this one struck my eye immediately. I really can imagine the feeling one gets returning to a place that was once very dear to someone. It looks like the new occupants refurnished the neighbourhood and not in a pleasant way. On the other hand, child eyes only see the good things and shapes and no matter what rubbish there is around, it has to be there, because it excists. Just focus on your memorys, be happy and smile like those two youngsters, enjoying their food. You can still see the place where you came from, mine's completely demolished. My next post will be the house where i grew up.

Have a pleasant day! Greets, Ed

Muito obrigado José!

My dear friends

Thank you for your visit and kind comments.

Greetings to you all. GGR

Hello-o Boris, you're very faint, I can hardly hear you, I'll get the operator to re-route the call....helloo...did you catch that?

Those were the days eh! When folks had to crank the handle round-and -round to power the line, I remember them well....(not really, only kidding!) :))

You mention coming over to the U.K. in the distant future: - the country is changing fast in lots of ways, mainly culturally; the buildings I couldn't say if they will still be standing, but people standing in queues will be (we're awfully polite y'know) some things like that I think will never change, we will be still obsessed with history and tradition, and of course , the weather! :)

The sculpture? I don't know if it's the same artist involved, I like modern art but only in the right settings and this one I felt didn't fit there, but that's just a personal thing.

Considerable cheers for reading this far, but I like the sound of my own keyboard! :)) - D.

Thanks, Antje - I will now - good luck to you, and hope to 'see' you soon too!

Daher, willkommen zurück die kleine Anna.

It's no wonder I was confused with your cosmopolitan background, at least I have an excuse! :)

Height isn't as important as what's in the heart, and I guess you have a lot of that.

Alas, I have forgotten most of the German I learnt many years ago, but Google Translate helps when needed (in a mangled kind of way) so all is not lost.

I too enjoy your responses, it's fun to talk, - best of warm wishes, - D. :)

Matthias - anything with the word 'perfect' + a little laugh will go a long way - thanks! :)

Ed - really nice to hear from you! We're all 'part of it', but they are graceful even in 'dispute'. Peaceful and friendly greetings, - B. (Thanks for RBL!))

David - thank you very much for elaborating and fine-tuning - your noting of the Light makes it complete :)

And mine too, Annushka (lil' Anna)! :)

it all started with the peony, Antje... :)

echo never sounded so sweet :)

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