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Loving the Green Hills


Simply wonderful and marvelous. See you tomorrow.



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  1. This looks so warm and pretty. At least we have melting snow and bright blue skies. The perspective makes me feel like the fencing is falling towards me :-) Have been working diligently on my journal and my computer. Hope you are well.

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    1. Hmmm, I like the idea of the fence falling down so we can walk and run on the gorgeous green hills. I can imagine flying a kite there.

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    1. It must be very gorgeous up in your neck of the woods.

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  3. Hi! Glad to find your blog! Right away I saw your photo and thought you'd visited me in Ireland!
    It looks so much like the fields around me!
    Have a great week!
    Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com

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    1. Neat! I like thinking that we're looking like Ireland right now.

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  4. And me, I came also....
    you can find ME at http://disipi.blogspot.de/

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  5. This looks almost like a painting. I expect to see a dapper gentleman with his face blotted out by an apple

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    1. Maybe I'll "paint" it in Photoshop. That's an interesting image, Birgit. lol

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  6. reactivated:
    http://pippavier.blogspot.de/2016/01/auf-vielfachen-wunsch-geht-es-weiter.html

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  7. I was busy humming the melody for that song in Doris Day's 'Calamity Jane', but then I remembered it was the 'black' hills of Dakota! :)

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    1. Still works! Now, I wonder if the badlands ever look green.

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  8. Such a great capture! I love seeing green, gives me hope Spring will eventually arrive. Good to be here to say hello. xo

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Thanks for the good cheer. :-)

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