06 December 2016

Wordless Wednesday























http://ourworldtuesdaymeme.blogspot.fi/2016/12/our-world-5-december-2016.html


http://image-in-ing.blogspot.fi/2016/12/the-church-of-transfiguration.html



27 comments:

  1. Ser du også har kald vinter uten snø. Fantastisk rød stue!

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  2. Charming!
    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/12/the-church-of-transfiguration.html

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  3. Moi. Upeita kuvia. Tykkään todella paljon vanhoista rakennuksista ja tavaroista. Niissä on sitä jotakin.

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  4. Moi. Mahtavia kuvia. Vanhat rakennukset ovat todella upeita. Terkkuja.

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  5. A great expanse of calm, and very very cold, water...

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  6. Ihana katsoa kuviasi tutuista paikoista.

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  7. So nice to have a walk on those alleys and trails! and, also, to visit museum! Many thanks for sharing with us! A lovely week!

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  8. Lovely buildings in a wonderful setting.

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  9. What a charming house and lovely outdoor shots.

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  10. What a great historic place to visit, full of interesting stuff to see and also shop for from the look.

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  11. I love that kitchen especially. What a beautiful place.

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  12. Impressive collection of photos, well done.

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  13. Hienoa nähdä, minkälaista ennen on ollut.

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  14. Hienoja kuvia!
    Onpas kivannäköinen paikka!

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  15. B-r-r-r! Looks like winter!

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  16. Hello Gunilla,
    Beautiful series of photos.
    It's been quite a winter with you, is not here yet.
    Perfect photographed, my compliments.
    Best regards, Irma

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  17. A quaint cottage and woodsy retreat. Nice.

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  18. I love these photos of days gone by.
    Amalia
    xo

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  19. Beautiful photos, especially the icy ones, but also that wonderful old buggy!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  20. Thank you for the whirlwind tour of some landmarks. I really appreciate seeing the tapestry and weaving in the historical
    house. They complete the long-ago lived-in look.

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  21. such a beautiful place indeed...and winter is here :)

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  22. Hi Gunilla, long time since I visited your blog. Your buildings are so quaint and everything looks so clean. Thanks for sharing. Greetings, Jo (South Africa)

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