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L. Sherman K.

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  • Dr. Labude 01/25/2014 21:23

    Nice to "see" you again!
  • Silvana W. 04/03/2013 0:43

    Many thanks for all your comments ¡¡
    Best wishes
  • Dr. Labude 01/31/2013 15:26

    I love rian in the summer. In winter ... bah.
  • Wolfgang Blücher 01/20/2013 21:24

    Thank You for your comment.
    Best Regards.
  • Dr. Labude 01/10/2013 12:36

    I hear the news and I hope you are OK.
  • Leo_nid 12/29/2012 23:34

  • mk13 10/29/2012 19:50

    Thanks a lot!
  • MIROSLAV JOVANOVIKJ 10/18/2012 19:02

    Many thanks for your attention to my pictures,
    Have a nice day !
    Kind regards, Miroslav
  • R Kilduff 09/30/2012 18:15

    Thank for your comment ( Con. Trails) I noticed the trail develope on a previous plane When the angle of attack was changed. I was than able to waite for the next one. A little luck was all i needed.

  • Dr. Labude 09/20/2012 11:07

    Thank you for your comment. I am happy about this discussion. I have been to Yad Vashem and these two places are as different as two places of rememberance can be. The Berlin Memorial was drafted by architect Peter Eisenman as an open and communicative place, or, as he said, a „Place of no meaning“. Before the construction, a clear majority of the "poeple from the street" objected to the plans and thought "why a huge memorial when you could do such great things in the very heart of the city". Today, in my observation, poeple throughout all social and intellectual layers are kind of proud that "we do that" and bring their guest here. And nobody keeps kids fron playing on the stones or a tourist from taking a sunbath. Such a natural and "living" approach actually leads to a broad accceptance. If you tell people "take your black clothes and feel guilty", they wont. They way it is now the meorial is obvioulsy not a fig leave but something the poeple accept as a part of the national identity. Not the worst, though.
  • R Kilduff 08/17/2012 19:10

    I would like to thank you for your kind comment of my photo. It is very nice when someone views what I have done. Best of luck to you also.

  • Antonio Morri 08/07/2012 10:24

    Ti ringrazio molto,
  • dark.j.ness 08/04/2012 15:24

    thank-you very much for a very fascinating journey !!!
  • Roger Andres 07/19/2012 19:34

    Hi Kollege
    Vielen Dank für Deine Komplimente
    Freue mich das Dir die Bilder gefallen
    Viele Grüsse aus bern Roger
  • Susana Miguel 04/11/2012 15:59

    You're welcome, LKS.
    The photo is interesting imho.
    Best regards,
  • Dr. Labude 04/10/2012 12:06

    Congratulations for the starting page! You deserve it.
  • Dr. Labude 04/07/2012 11:36

    Thank You! Interesting to see which of my photos you like. They are, maybe not by ocdcasion, my own favorites ...

  • Dr. Labude 03/19/2012 15:28

    Hi LKS, I like many of your pictures a lot and I will put you on "orange" not to any of your new results. I wish you a lot of peaceful afternoons over there. I lived in Jerusalem for a couple of months back in '95 and I remember very well what it means not to know whether tomorrow is going to be calm or not.
  • Jimi Meine 02/24/2012 7:39

    great pic
  • Manfred Hentschke 02/12/2012 14:07

    Thanks very much for the friendly comment. You wrote that correctly.

    Gruß Manfred
  • Gianmaria Giordanengo 10/25/2011 16:17

  • Adele Oliver 10/08/2011 21:19

    Thank you for your visit and nice comment. I appreciated it a lot.
    greetings, Adele
  • Alois Georg Aschwanden 06/22/2011 19:34

    Danke für Deine Anmerkungen …thank you for the comments!
    best regards from ag
  • L. Sherman K. 06/17/2011 19:54

    Thank you so much for the lovely welcoming!
    I'm happy to be here :-)

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