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Here's a mill that's reletively far away from my home. I had to drive my push bike for almost 15 minutes to get there! Sweat on my forehead, but I was rewarded with a nice sun tan.


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04/15/06 6:35 PM GMT
Wait a minute...isn't this the house that I commented on in another photo? Maybe all the mills have little homes. I hadn't noticed before but isn't someone living in the bottom of the big windmill? Good clear photo. I like this one better than the others. Sharp and informative in content.
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04/15/06 7:21 PM GMT
A beautiful & well composed image. The clarity & detail are fantastic. This was well worth your sweaty bike ride. I just love Dutch Windmills. Excellent work.
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Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.....Ralph Waldo Emerson
04/15/06 10:38 PM GMT
What a beautiful part of the worlds your living in. Great composition, colours and atmosphere of peace and tranquility, created by this scene. Lovely!
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Live every day as if it's your last... and take "pictures" of it ;)
04/15/06 11:45 PM GMT
What a lovely area and only 15 minutes away. Great capture.
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View the world with your mind's eye. Mr. Russ
04/16/06 12:15 AM GMT
Hello there Paul...I thought maybe you had posted this or a similar photo before also..but in any case, this is just awesomely lovely. That little bridge just makes the whole thing look so whimsical and happy. Its such a lovely area so close to you. How fortunate you are to see this beauty as often as you want..Sweating? awwwwwwwwwww poor man! But I imagine that tan looks absolutely awesome on you, got a self taken pic? hehe...verena
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Simplicity is Elegance...
04/16/06 1:35 AM GMT
Great shot Paul... well worth the sweat... lol... wonderful colour and lighting, beautiful place..
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"A sense of humour is as important to life as shock absorbers to a car.. It helps us over the bumps im life" / P.K. Shaw
04/16/06 2:38 AM GMT
it's so pretty. lovely work. so exact both in line and in color. jen
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i'm travelling around right now and might not be able to respond to your comments. please forgive me for that. i do so appreciate the comments.
04/16/06 5:45 AM GMT

Another great windmill image. You've done a great job this one and I really like the detail.

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04/16/06 11:59 AM GMT
Very nice picture.
This is a beautiful mill, where does he stand somewhere?
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Be happy. Enjoys our earth...Lien.
04/16/06 1:23 PM GMT
Hello Paul, this is just wonderful!
You won't find those here!
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"A picture is worth a thousand words"
04/18/06 10:53 PM GMT
Very nice there is some history in this Image I guess very well done and keep it up
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Keep your eyes open there will always be a challenge to tackle
04/20/06 6:28 PM GMT
Hi Sir Paul, 15 mins and you worked up a sweat? Now, Now! You are teasing! At any rate, this is another of your gorgeous shots of Holland and, as always, beautifully photographed! It is hard to error on the side of perfection! The mills are so much an historical part of Holland, a very intricate part, I might add! When one thinks of your country, we simultaneously think of the Wind Mill, don't we and always with intrigue and pleasure! And then there is the little bridge, which everyone knows always give rise to thoughts of who may have walked over the little bridge, what fun the children had playing on it and of course, what lovers first kissed there and the list goes on! Oh the wonderment of it all! I love to use my imagination, it's fun! Great photo, Sincerely, Marilyn
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04/28/06 10:48 AM GMT
beautiful clear day .. if it's 15 minutes by push bike .. then it's 2 minutes by car and you won't get any perspiration stains on your camera
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See No Evil
04/04/10 1:08 PM GMT
Well composed, crisp, clear and great depth of field. Great shot, well done.
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