Goodbye garden!

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Taken:
2019-07-21
Uploaded: 2019-07-23
Camera:
Canon PowerShot G12
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6.1-30.5 mm
Focal length: 30.5 mm
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6.3
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1/2500 s
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ISO:
200
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mortijo (2019/07/23)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 05:41:36): Thanks for your comments John! It looks like a wasp. The balcony is like another room, where one can eat or drink coffee and enjoy the view towards the sea also in quite chilly weather, because the balcony has glasses.
Regards,
Lasse

BabaCam (2019/07/23)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 05:35:43): Right, "urban gardening". So far we have there only the first flower pots, but my wife has talked of salads as well. ;-)

saxo042 (2019/07/24)

eska (2019/07/24)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 04:40:49): Thanks Chris. Yes, no worries of hares, deer or moles and not to forget shovelling , which we do not need now in winter. ;-)

guillaumejm (2019/07/24)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 05:23:34): Thank you JMarc.
Almost 30 years ago we also had a sea view and I like it a lot. Sea changes its appearance all the time with weather and light conditions, which makes it attractive in all seasons.

Buin (2019/07/25)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 05:27:03): Thanks Frank,
My wife has there already 3 flower pots. ;-)

plimrn (2019/07/25)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 05:33:12): Thanks Pat for the fav an your good wishes! I consider the the view as a sea view, which we have from the balcony. We see there Espoo Bay of sea, so no open ocean view, but very attractive anyway. ;-)

jwmunro (2019/07/25)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 06:27:40): Thanks John for your comments. As Frank says, one has to accept ageing, which also means that one has to give up different things. But in this case we have now something nice to compensate the loss of garden, a view towards sea. ;-)
Lasse

Everlasting (2019/07/27)

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ellelloo (2019/07/29 06:32:12): Thanks Elaine for your comments! Ha ha, yes, no moles, no hares, no deer up here.