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Living in Lund in southern Sweden.

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This photo induces a certain atmosphere. Thanks you for sharing.

Of course, I LIKE this photo.

See you soon… Best regards from Grasse, in France.


Hermosa toma Fasinante. Saludos LK21

OK. Yes, I heard when I was there in mid October they would demolish it some time in the future, but I didn´t realize it would happen so soon. Pity, but perhaps there was a reason for it, I don´t know. I mean to demolish the whole building. The last picture? I´m glad I had the opportunity to see it.

Tack Inger! Åland är också väldigt fint, liksom Gotland.

Tack Inger! Ven är en väldigt fin ö. Rekommenderar ett besök. Har tittat på dina bilder från Gotland. Väldigt fina. Gotland är också ett av mina favoritställen. / Christer G.

Isse: Ett besök rekommenderas om du inte varit där.

Ole E Henriksen: Perhaps you are right. But hornbeam is quite rare, compared to beech (perhaps not rare, but not so common as beech). But the forests in theses areas consist mainly of beech. I will have a check next time I´m there.

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amitié des Pyrénées

Wonderfull shot! Like!

You are absolutely right. Very interesting. This is how United States look like in many places, in the cities. A little bit run down (Cairo light), but a very nice atmosphere, easy to get in touch with people. Small stores which sell things you perhaps don´t need, and simple restaurants. But the biggest impression is the people, the ordinary Americans. Very nice, friendly, open-minded, humble, curious, most of them. Not at all as you see them on Hollywood movies. This is the real United States, Bruce Springsteen land perhaps.

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