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The Austro-Bavarian conspiracy (many pics)

Discussion in 'European Get Together' started by Harry S., Jun 17, 2007.

  1. Sometimes, one EGT is not enough. That's why Michael and I (initially unintentionally) started to meet at intermediate small EGTs.

    The break from job and everything else around me was welcome and Helen, Nadja and I spent 3 wonderful days in Bavaria.

    As promissed, my pictorial contributions (I will distribute them among several threads).
    BTW - thanks to Michael for my new avatar

    The host:

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    Bathed in bright light

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    Hunting for damsel flies

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    Hunting, whatever ... (with his not-so-photog-friendly hairstyle)

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    There is a special story connected with this image (thread in preparation)

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    Christina and Eileen ...

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    ... feeding ducks

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    As you can see we were out in the forest or in parks most of the time - kids with their off-roaders, of course.

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    Nadja, admiring Eileen's artistics :smile:

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    The weather was fine, and there was a bit for everybody. Even some swamps for Helen and me :wink:

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    Nadja was extremely happy (most of the time), she really freaked out a couple of times.

    She will tell her experiences in a separate thread.

    The following pic would have been the absolute winner, but as usual with her, the moment I pressed the trigger she made the dreaded step forward and left the focal plane.
    Still, her smile is so precious to me that I decided not to discard this pic - for the family album it is good enough (technically).

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    To be continued ....
     
  2. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Absoulutely wonderful images
    Thanks for sharing
     
  3. Both of your families are extremely blessed.

    See, I can be sensible at times.

    Bob F.
     
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  4. Nicely covered!

    Can't wait to see these prepared thread...........:eek: 




    You know the good thing about my hairstyle?


    I'm always the HIGHLIGHT! lol :Crunk:




    Harry is far away, so I've added some more pics here...............
     
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  5. Harry,
    nice series, you seem to have had some beautiful days! Thanks for sharing.

    And... :eek: :eek:  Michael ! Harry has blown your head! :rolleyes: :wink:
     
  6. Harry a wonderful thread. Your daughter is incredibly beautiful; what a smile! By all means keep that shot. Years from now when she's grown it will bring back such wonderful memories.

    Rich
     
  7. Harry, what fun!
    I love seeing Michael at work behind the camera.
    He's so serious and precise, very German don't you think.

    I can see you all had a marvelous time.

    Nadja is such a charmer!
    BTW, her eyes sparkle the same way yours do! :smile:

    Virginia
    aka beaucamera

    This picture really shows that!
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