Saturday, 29 June 2013

PICTURE THIS #206 ~ CITY, TOWN, COUNTRYSIDE

THANKS BENNI FOR A WONDERFUL THEME

UNION SQUARE IN SAN FRANCISCO
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RIQUIER, FRANCE, a small totally walled town from the 13th century.
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RHINE ON THE SWISS GERMAN BORDER: great country side right outside my door.
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11 comments:

  1. Great shot of the city centre.

    I love these quaint houses.

    Peaceful.

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  2. Wonderful captures Heidi I especially like the second one;)

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  3. Hi Heidi !! Three great shots for Benni's theme. Good shot of Union Square in SF. The shot of the Rhine looks very tranquil and green. My favourite is the village of Riquier, such a lovely quaint little place :-))

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  4. Good morning, Heidi! I love what you have done with this theme. That's a great picture of Union Square; I had no idea there were palm trees there. And then, in contrast, your lovely picture of the town of Riquier which doesn't seem to have changed much in years, still retaining its medieval charm. Finally the cool green of the Rhine, beautifully framed by you. Three great pictures, thanks.

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  5. I love your pictures Heidi. three wonderful contrasts. San Franciso is an interesting photo, vive la France and its wonderful villages and Rhine bleibt Rhine no matter where.

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  6. Yes they are all just right. Love the second one,RIQUIER, FRANCE, Cobble stone roads and the plants growing all around make it look very small town in my eyes.

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  7. Lovely shots, Heidi! The second shot is my favourite...

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  8. Heidi you live where everyone wants to visit.
    Beautiful shots of really nice places.
    But I left my heart in San Francisco. Love that place.

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  9. All three are wonderful, I especially like the middle one

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  10. Heidi, these are wonderful shots. Great overview of Union Square in San Francisco. The houses in the French town are quaint. You are fortunate to have this view of the Rhine is outside your door.

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  11. They can keep the rest, Heidi, I will much rather sit and look at the Rheine and sip a glass of wine, with you

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