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Fallowfox

Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
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Oxford is in its autumn colours now.
 

MetroFox2

Resident Stone Age Fox
Wow, really pretty!!!

Some shots from my neck of the woods:)

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If I might offer a recent mix. The first two were taken from the train on my trip back from Hereford via the Malvern Hills, quite a pretty corner of the country. The last one from a nearby footbridge across the railway, which is a spot that's sadly been ruined by the electrification works and these big steel plates they've put across the bridge.

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Simo

Professional Watermelon Farmer
On to more historic Baltimore; there are row-horses, along Park Ave, built about 1888-1899. Folks like F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Gertrude Stein, ivied in such places, here: This is Bolton Hill:

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Tall, narrow, 4 floor house; looks like Bugs Bunny is gonna push a Piano Out of the top floor:

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Next door, to F. Scott Fitzgerald, restored, Park, near Lanvalle St.:

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Kit H. Ruppell

Exterminieren! Exterminieren!
Pretty chickie
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Guifrog

Blue Frog | Avatar by Lenago
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The world deserves these amazing balls of chocolate with flavored fillings so I'm sharing it here too *-*! They're made of both chocolate crust and icing, but one's black chocolate and the other's white - those may reverse positions. The fillings can be identified by the granulated stuff surrounding the balls, so from top to bottom: ninho milk + nutella; acai; peanut; oreo; condensed milk + (more) chocolate; strawberry; mint; and passion fruit. The white ones on the side are beijinho + prestígio (those are some traditional brazilian experiments with mixed types of milk and coconut). I helped a friend of mine delivering those yesterday!
 

MetroFox2

Resident Stone Age Fox
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The world deserves these amazing balls of chocolate with flavored fillings so I'm sharing it here too *-*! They're made of both chocolate crust and icing, but one's black chocolate and the other's white - those may reverse positions. The fillings can be identified by the granulated stuff surrounding the balls, so from top to bottom: ninho milk + nutella; acai; peanut; oreo; condensed milk + (more) chocolate; strawberry; mint; and passion fruit. The white ones on the side are beijinho + prestígio (those are some traditional brazilian experiments with mixed types of milk and coconut). I helped a friend of mine delivering those yesterday!

Ooo, they look really similar to some chocolate things I had in Italy, not sure if they're quite the same though. Look fantastic.
 

Guifrog

Blue Frog | Avatar by Lenago
Ooo, they look really similar to some chocolate things I had in Italy, not sure if they're quite the same though. Look fantastic.
These are called brigadeiro in case it rings a bell! There's also a similar type of candy commonly recognized as trufa, except this one has a harder crust and may or may not be decorated on the outside. Both are very common in festive events, specially birthday parties.
 

JZLobo

Well-Known Member

Yakamaru

Mr. Villanous charm
Yanno.. Walking during the day when it's foggy as fuck is kinda.. Scary, to be honest.

I can't even see the bloody houses just beyond the fog. :V

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Fallowfox

Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
That's surprisingly flat for Norway, or maybe I have only visited parts of Norway that are devoid of flat spaces.

(at Longyearbyen airport actually, the plane has to descend through a Fjord to get to the runway and it is *terrifying* )
 
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Yakamaru

Mr. Villanous charm
That's surprisingly flat for Norway, or maybe I have only visited parts of Norway that are devoid of flat spaces.
You'd be surprised how flat it can be in some areas. Well. Flat-ish. xD

Tho this is just a very short area. It'd be a lot more bumpy if I took like a mile-long photo.
 

Fallowfox

Are we moomin, or are we dancer?
You'd be surprised how flat it can be in some areas. Well. Flat-ish. xD

Tho this is just a very short area. It'd be a lot more bumpy if I took like a mile-long photo.

This is what the terrain was like in the parts I visited:
Arnoya:

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Longyearbyen:

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Yakamaru

Mr. Villanous charm

MetroFox2

Resident Stone Age Fox
Figured as much. You've only been around the Northern parts of Norway. It's more flat down South.

I assume that's South Eastern Norway then. Having been to Oslo and out on the line west to Myrdal I can't say it was very flat.

Very beautiful country though, first country I went to in my attempt to visit all the Scandinavian countries. Will be going back there too within the next two years, I will be doing Tromso.
 
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