Freitag, 15. Juli 2016

Friday Five in pictures





Today only five photos from the last two weeks, I haven't the time for writing.








By the way: I've stolled through older posts of Nancy's blog (A Rural Journal) and figured out,
 that at 16th of July 2013 I've at first joined in her "Random Five Friday".
Tomorrow is a little anniversary for me: 3 years Friday Five ... three years to learning English, 
ony by myself and by doing.
I cannot make a link to Rural Journal, because last thursday the blog is disappeared again.
So sad! I hope, she will one day decide to make public her blog again.




Have a wonderful weekend all.

Kommentare:

  1. What lovely photos. And if your English is self taught you are extremely good. Well done!

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  2. Thank you for sharing your wonderful photos!

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  3. Five wonderful photos, you certainly have mastered the English language, well done.

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  4. Beautiful photos. Congratulations on your English.

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  5. Your photos are always such a joy to look at

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  6. Deine Fotos haben so oft eine ganz eigene Atmosphäre, eigenes Licht... Lieben Gruß ins Wochenende Ghislana

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  7. Auch ich liebe diese besondere Atmosphäre sehr , so wie Ghislana schreibt.
    Das erste Foto finde ich zauberhaft und sogar der Beifuß ist ein kleines Kunstwerk!
    Ganz zu schweigen von den Lost Places !
    Ganz liebe Grüße von mir und ein schönes Wochenende

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  8. Gosh your English is marvelous! Five great pictures, have a lovely weekend xx

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  9. Mascha, #4 is my favorite and the last one is a delight. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. A picture speaks a thousand words and yours wrote thousands!

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  11. Beautiful photos. I love the picture of the old building - there is beauty there too. Your English is great! I can't believe you learned it by yourself. Good for you!

    Hope you enjoy your weekend

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  12. Interesting and very artsy. I like !

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  13. Really enjoyed your photos ... so pretty and so much texture. I do love flowers and old buildings. Have a wonderful week!

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  14. Great photos as always. Only 3 years of English studies - you are a super quick learner!

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  15. beautiful photos mascha and wow, that is amazing that you have self taught yourself english in such a short amount of time...you do really well! you should be proud of yourself! i didn't know nancy deleted her blog :( thank you for linking up mascha and i hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  16. So beautiful. So much beauty from an old derelict building. Well done for learning English. Leah x

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  17. Congratulations on your anniversary of learning English! That is wonderful, you have come so far! I am sure that it would take me a lot longer than three years to teach myself German! Thank you for joining Five On Friday. I hope you have a good weekend. xx

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  18. You have the most wonderful photos. The flowers are so pretty. I also think your photos of the old buildings are beautiful. - Congrats on teaching yourself English, I think you've done a fine job of learning the language.

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  19. I'm visiting from Amy's Five on Friday. I live in the countryside of Oregon, USA. I live in a 100 year old farmhouse and raise chickens and our son, DIL and 2 grandsons live with us. Great photos you posted! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  20. English is a difficult language. I'm so proud of you for taking on the task of learning it all by yourself.

    As usual, I am thrilled by your skill with the camera. And I still want to see more of that lovely new black dress.

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  21. Love the rugged and well textured interiors of that building. Thank you for linking in with "Through My Lens"

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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