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Great Disabled_A 2010-05-18 0:50

Hi again, Jurek!
but this is very true, what you said in the Note: in tiny villages we can commune with the true history of the regions! it is often impossible in large cities which now have quite a modern hectic life... and History is not noticed there.

I like this photo: it has a special warmth (maybe because of the soft gentle lighting and also because of the colour of the bricks?)
Whatever it is, this is a truly lovely view!
Again, you chose a very good POV to take the shot! very well composed :)
Warm regards,
Elena

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Old 05-19-2010, 08:58 AM
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Thanks Elena.
Yes, if we seek a true story, it should go to the countryside. There really is time moves slowly, there too we find many elements of several centuries. When visiting villages, I am surprised a lot of elements iloścoią still warm from the touch of his hand some two hundred years ago.
Greetings (very warm) to the still cold and wet Mosina,
Jurek
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