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Hamburg and Flensburg [Nov. 21st, 2007|01:08 am]
susan smitten
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So my computer is too sluggish these days to handle the size of photos our camera takes, so my posting of pictures has slowed. But I should be sleeping now, and we all know that's the best reason to edit pictures and post them.

I've spent four whole days in Hamburg this month, and not in a row. Two more to go. I leave in the morning.

I took this walking between the hotel and the Hofbrau Haus restaurant.

These look like donuts, but inside the cakey bits are apple slices. And yes, that's ice cream lurking under the huge mound of whipped cream. Fast forward and I'm licking the plate.

I took this picture for no good reason.

This logo almost looks like it could be a TMBG album cover.

I'm going to sleep now. No, really.

[User Picture]From: webwawa
2007-11-20 09:42 pm (UTC)
wish i could come over and clean up your computer for you!

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[User Picture]From: scottks
2007-11-20 10:07 pm (UTC)
I've truly missed seeing your photos. Hope you get your computer fixed soon!
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[User Picture]From: lctrc_gtr_dde
2007-11-21 12:30 am (UTC)
I took this picture for no good reason.

That photo looks like it has some promise. I like the squarish windows on the bland building. I also like the how the triangles of the Give Way and Pedestrian Crossing signs work well with the arrows on the traffic lights and sign boards. And the arrows and triangles work well with those squarish windows. I would probably crop that photo into a square to cut out the roofs of the building and the distracting posts on either side.

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[User Picture]From: nickdangerous
2007-11-22 12:23 am (UTC)
Ohhhhhh that pastry plate looks divine. Apple slices, bread, and ice cream are a good combination... any way you mix them up!

I remember drinking a Flensburger Pils during my "try everything" beer spree at the local grocery store. It was in the cutest little bottle with a flip-top ceramic lid. The flavor was quite hoppy like Urquell with a texture of fine champagne bubbles. Very old-world, inside and out.
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[User Picture]From: dogsofeternity
2007-11-26 12:06 pm (UTC)

carmax police....

argh, yer pics make me wanna travel so like, thanky fer share'n'em.

peace out skippy!

(see ya soon?)
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