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Mar 26, 2006, 11:03 #1
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Sorry I don't know which is the right preposition... Sad

It was a bit foggy as G said... So the colors were a washed out but still I think I got some colors... I have another one with the house and reflection... I wanted to see how it looks the reflection from 3 exposures...

Thanks to Petographer for the defog action... It worked great on my picture Smile

[Image: _DSC0700-01HDRhouse.jpg]

Thanks for your comments Smile


Mar 26, 2006, 12:31 #2
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Everything associated with you is beautiful Irma.

Mar 26, 2006, 12:41 #3
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Really nice colour. Just another great shot by you Irma. Thanks for posting these.Smile

Mar 26, 2006, 13:10 #4
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Thanks Don, Colin for your comment... you are very kind... Smile

Mar 26, 2006, 13:23 #5
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In England we would say by the lake. I think..um.. we use at the lake to describe something as being there, but not permanently. Or maybe not as the case may be. He is at the lake, or, you will find her at the lake.
Don't take this as correct as I am only English.Big GrinBig Grin

The photo is beautiful, the roof looks like it is rotting in the woods.Smile

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Mar 26, 2006, 13:33 #6
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Thanks a lot for you comment, and... Smile grammar explanation... these prepositions... always so difficult... Rolleyes

Thanks for your comment... I like a lot these houses, but as far as I know it is very expensive to buy them and maintain them... and the insurance is also very expensive...


Mar 26, 2006, 15:18 #7
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very nice again Irma, and here in mississippi , we would say either way ( but we cant talk right here anyway ) . I think the right way to say it is House BY the Lake . But please dont think the we speak proper here at all. Big GrinWink



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Mar 26, 2006, 17:53 #8
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English and probably American are not as strict when it comes to grammar as Deutsch.
Der die das is difficult when you go away from present tense.
So don't worry Irma. I appreciate the fact that others speak so I can understand. Do you do sign language, as mein augen ist kaput. Big Grin

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Mar 26, 2006, 18:05 #9
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Der ,die , das , i think is the reason that i quit German. But i love the language and the culture ( what little i know ) .






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