Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Sunset

one more sunset picture taken from my balcony

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  1. Looks romantic! Would like to sit with you on your balcony and have a glass of Greek wine and a nice chat! Have a good night sleep!

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    1. Well, you are invited! I think we would have a good time! Sleep tight!

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  2. The words NOT and FAIR spring to mind!! I get lumbered with pigging horse flies and you get beautiful sunsets...hmph :o) xxxx

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    1. hahaha! You're so funny! We have all kinds of annoying bugs here, too!

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  3. Such a beautiful sunset and a great photo.

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  4. I love sunsets (well, who doesn't). This one's pretty. However, it makes me think that someone should capture an ugly sunset and be awarded for that.

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    1. Challenge accepted! If I ever find an ugly sunset I'll take a picture and post it here!

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  5. You have a wonderful view from your balcony. The sky is never the same from one second to the next.

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    1. Thanks! It's true that the sky never ceases to change! I ran to fetch my phone so I could take the picture and the sun had already hid behind the hill. Have a good day!

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  6. You are without doubt my most favourite commentator EVER!!! I have just translated that article you left me a link to and I can honestly say that it cheered me up no end! Usually things seem to get lost in translation, but not in this case. Either Greek is the most gorgeous language in the world or Google translate has gone all poetical... but the article referred to my chubby bits as a 'subcutaneous knoll' and the bit about Naomi Campbell... Crikey!!!
    Thank you... I LOVED IT, jusx

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    1. Haha! Thank you! It was such a coincidence because I read this article and then visited your blog and I couldn't resist sending you the link! I'm glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by to tell me!
      See you around! :)

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  7. Beautiful shot......we have almost 22 hours of daylight, so right now its hard to see a sunset up here!

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    1. Wow! My students and I were talking about this phenomenon and they couldn't grasp the idea. They kept asking, "but how do people go to sleep when it's still day?" and then one said, "at least they don't have to use a nightlight!"

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