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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Two Worlds

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20 comments:

  1. I see the two worlds...In these photos, I prefer the inside world!

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  2. I like them both, the more contrast the more interesting. Great pictures.

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  3. Hi Tatyana,

    I like you blog very much and your stories are indeed humorous, therefore I go follow your blog.
    The two worlds you show belongs together in my opinion.
    Greetings, Elly

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  4. Beautiful venues! Thanks for sharing the photos--I miss the PNW!

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  5. Very interesting contrasts. I like it.

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  6. Great shots Tatyana - I especially love the first display with that fab turquoise wall.

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  7. I love the "green" world!!!

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  8. How very cool! Love the galvanized wash tub planter.

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  9. What a contrast of the 2 worlds, utside and inside! Living in a glass enclosed apartment with all those steel and glass but still able to create the warmth and cosiness of a lovely garden!

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  10. Love the juxtaposition in this shot...great perspective too!

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  11. Concrete on the outside, green on the inside. It's a mixed-up world.

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  12. Excellent photos! My sister and I have been looking for a double wash tub like the one in the picture. Your one picture holds many differet ideas for reusing old things. The contrast with all of the "newfangled" stuff is pretty cool. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  13. Ditto Darla's comment. This must be the skybridge. I'm a sucker for vintage galvanized wash tubs and plants.

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  14. Very inspirational, even in a concrete world, we can be green!

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  15. I love the setup in the last photo. Nice.

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  16. Two contrasting worlds coming together beautifully.

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  17. Great shots telling a story without a single word!

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  18. I LOVE these photos- the architecture- great shots! A great inside garden too!

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