Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Postcards







from Cadiz ...

More corner view postcards starting here.

20 comments:

  1. thank you for this view on cadiz, that ido not know! SUCH light and air, it seems....
    n♥

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  2. La belle de Cadix a des yeux de velours.
    La belle de Cadix vous invite à l'amour.

    Luis Mariano, not me ;-)

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  3. What a treat to be able to take this little voyage with you ... through your pictures and perspective! I especially love that gathering of women statues!

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  4. seeing this i would love to go there!!

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  5. ah Cádiz - my favourite place! i'm a bit jealous, it's so beautiful.

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  6. I like the variety you gave us. Those domes towering over regular buildings gave a cool perspective.
    My favorite was the one with all the boats--such pretty colors!
    Next fav. was the one of the women. Who/what are they supposed to represent? I love the scuptured hair! :>)

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  7. The statues! I love them! Cadiz is now stored in my list of places I really ought to visit if I had time or money. (For now, the internet will do.)

    Thank you for sharing!

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  8. …sind alle gut angekommen (die Postkarten). Herzlichen Dank und ebensolche Grüsse!

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  9. So that's where Dorte is! Looks lovely, though just be careful of those 4 women with the hair - they scare me! ;^)

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  10. Oh those are beautiful photos. As the holiday. I want to go. Sun, summer, palm trees and warm weather, and street cafes. Tempting.

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  11. It seems to be a beautiful city: beautiful postcards :)

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  12. home-made postcards? love cádiz (a small part of my ancentry is "gaditana" :)

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  13. Wonderful selection, especially like the close up of the benches, and glimmer of outdoor chairs in the distance...ahhh summer!!

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  14. I love the 4th picture. lovely postcards!

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  15. exquisite!

    dorte, i really hate carob since i really love chocolate. as far as i understand, you can use it to replace chocolate in any recipe. in the US, health food stores have carob chips to make chocolate chip cookies, carob dipped peanuts and raisins, etc. good luck!

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  16. Gorgeousーー
    Both the places and your postcards!

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