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Minna64

  25 days ago

Another early views-day Tuesday

As a small tribute to Prince Philip.
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KT051

  19 days ago
Thanks for sharing Minna. Reply
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achatterjee4

  23 days ago
Yes, very good to see. Reply
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WoodyP

  24 days ago
Thank you Minna, beautiful. Reply
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pagalu

  24 days ago
Thank you for sharing. Reply
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achatterjee4

  24 days ago
Yes, good. Reply
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RedCapsicum

  24 days ago
Good one Minna! thank you Reply
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braunhi1

  24 days ago
Absolutely beautiful and thanks for the tribute to Prince Philip! Reply
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rolfie13

  24 days ago
For such a small country in area there is so much to see and experience. Reply
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C9534653

  24 days ago
Beautiful, thanks Minna, thankfully we have visited the Castle dripped in history, which of course we thoroughly enjoyed :) Reply
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koorawatha49

  24 days ago
Such a long history of skilled tradesmen's work in these buildings and shows that when constructed properly, a building will last for a long time.
Stonemasons, builders, plasterers, carpenters and blacksmiths expertise us highlighted when I look at these structures.
Everyone would have a job, no talk of unemployment, unless physically or mentally disabled. These buildings tell us something about those times, the skills and time involved in constructing them, and the social aspects of the day.
I have always found history very interesting and Prince Philip's life story has many facets. Notably his catchphrase "getting on with it" is reflected in his approach to life and the changes he made at various stages if his life.
I have observed that successful people approach problems this way ~ get on with doing the everyday things to keep going. Then can I do anything about the problem to resolve it? Yes, then do something, if no then move on, and don't waste time and energy ruminating over what could have been if it hadn't or been done another way.
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