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Limpid morning in Beskydy by semik Limpid morning in Beskydy by semik
4th day in Beskydy. Unbelivable clear day! On right is house we were staing in, down there is city called Roznov pod Radhostem and up right is mountain Radhost which we visited first day [link]

Comments and Critique is welcome :)
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LadyBlakeney Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2006   Photographer
BEAUTIFUL! ( sorry if I'm shouting :D )
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semik Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2006
Thanks for fav, and feel free to shout. It's open space there :D
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LadyBlakeney Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2006   Photographer
*deep breath*


THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE I WISH MY YARD LOOKED LIKE THIS WOOOHOOOO!

:D
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semik Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006
I wish same... maybe once I will move from flat some nice house in countryside :)
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LadyBlakeney Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006   Photographer
And I will promptly come over and claim the house as mine!

Sorry how rude of me. :D I'll let you keep a room for yourself. ;)
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khammi Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2006
What a wonderfully beautiful scene that you captured so very cleanly! It looks like a perfect day, with perfect colors and tones!
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semik Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2006
Thanks for wonderfull comment Jean! :) It was realy perfect day which made me thinging about moving somewhere to mountains to be close to that beauty... oh.. maybe once.
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khammi Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2006
I would be in the mountains in a heartbeat! I'm not a city girl at all. It's ok to visit and take in the sites now and again, but for everyday living...the mountains and countryside have it all for me :D
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semik Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2006
Oh.. I allways loved mountains. I forgot for some time, but this trip with camera reminded it to me very strongly. Question is only how to make living there.. I'm computer programmer, that is job for big city. Welll once maybe :)
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khammi Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2006
I certainly understand you having to live in the big city for your job. But, you are young and you never know what the future might hold. Never say never when it comes to dreams and aspirations. The important thing is that you can still go back to the basics and what you love and enjoy, if even for only a short holiday...it's all worth it! :hug:
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semik Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2006
Thanks :)
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hernameisrio Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You can see into the distance forever! :) What a lovely view! And good use of the word "limpid". :D One of my favorites! ha ha, not very many English speakers can use it properly so good on you! :clap:
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semik Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2006
Thanks! I'm glad you like photo! Maybe more I'm pleased that you bless me for proper using English word! :)

Czech language don't have such world. We have "kristalove jasny" that is posible to translate as "crystal clear" or "glass clear". When I was consulting dictionary, I did not like especialy second one. Limpid was great choice. Thanks! :)
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hernameisrio Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
haha! It was an English gamble that paid off wonderfully! You now sound more literate than most Americans! :clap:

My sister Jenny -- she teaches me little bits and pieces of the Czech she learns, and I think I'm much too silly to understand it entirely. She told me that you had said it was a hard language and I believe that!! :O But it sounds so pretty when it's being spoken that I want to know what is being said!
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semik Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2006
Most Americans do you say? That makes me proud! I will show this to my boss who said that I need hire some native English speaker to improve my english :))

Jenny? ~LadyBlakeney? Oh, that is interesting :) Well no doubts that Czech is complicated language even for native speakers. But Czechs don't care about rules that much so we are not very woried by dificulties of our language. Except of few nerds as teachers are for example :D
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hernameisrio Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
haha!! I'm trying to imagine Czech nerds! :D Are they like our nerds? Badly dressed, super smart and awkward around girls? That reminds me of being in my robotics classes. Nothing but me and a bunch of robots and nerds! ha ha!

Jenny = LadyBlakeney, yes! My twin sister! :) She has been so diligent with her Czech CD tutorials, but she complains that the instructor in the recording wants her to buy fish and then go to Wenceslaus Square! "I don't want to buy fish and go to Wenceslaus Square!" she shouts at her CD player. HAHAHA! Poor Jenny. ;)
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semik Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2006
It looks I didn't used the nerd word in right way. People I was talking about are teachers with average knowledge, they have nothing they are good at - except of Czech grammar. That is propably very confusing for them so they are sometimes quite anoying especialy when you get 4th 5 degree in row ;) Unbeliavable huge concentration of those nerds is in diffrent discusions. If they get out of arguments they start atacking grammar and that is end of discusion and start of flame. Interesting is I never been atacked this way in English, that is one reason why I think that people who to much care about grammar are nerds.

Badly dressed, awkward around girdls? That reminds me somebody ;) But we get "normal" with age :D

Oh! I just noted that your favourite cartoon character is Bender! That explain me how did you get to robotic class :lol:

I've seen your last photo taken by Jenny, You are very beatiful woman! ;)

What was Jenny supposed to do with on Wenceslaw square with that fish? Those traning examples from books and CD are quite funny :)
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hernameisrio Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the compliments. :blush:

And I've encouraged Jenny to write you a few sentences in Czech about grammar nerds. haha!! She says she's not good enough at it yet, so we'll wait on that.

Bender would have made robotics class so much more interesting. My first robot was quite foul tempered and wouldn't obey me. I'd order it to stack blocks and it would put them all over the place and then knock them over! What a brat!

Jenny can tell you better than I can all the silly things the CD wanted her to say -- pork schnitzel was one of them. She laughed and laughed and said "But I don't eat meat!!" :D
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semik Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006
Well that depends how many beer do you have in robotics classes. I do not think Bender would be intrested in building towers from blocks ;)
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