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Nice selection of images of parts of the world I have never seen!
I look forward to your future postings..with thanks.
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agreed I like to view them too. but what does "Home" mean in this context?
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tungba, jarski...thanks for looking in.

‘home’ in these images’ context was supposed to mean place where I live.


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tungba, jarski...thanks for looking in.

‘home’ in these images’ context was supposed to mean place where I live.
Thanks for viewing.
Wonderful photos! Where is home for you?
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I recognize the name 'Faris' from Bosnia and Herzegovina. But this is North Africa or the Middle East?
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nick, Out to Lunch...thank you.

My home is in Saudia.
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Wonderful shots! Please keep posting.
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Thank you, konicaman..

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The hills of Adelaide South Australia - my home is at the foot of these hills, a few minutes short drive away. They are unspectacular but they are serenely beautiful - the perfect place for a quiet drive, a picnic, an afternoon in a winery restaurant or tasting room.

Laborers in the Vineyard by Life in Shadows, on Flickr

Vines and sky by Life in Shadows, on Flickr

Adelaide Hills Triptych by Life in Shadows, on Flickr

The Hills of Adelaide by Life in Shadows, on Flickr

Adelaide is a small city of a million or so souls that still carries a touch of 19th century elegance despite (or perhaps because of) its diminishing importance nationally thereby escaping some of the scourge of over development.

City, Winter Mood by Life in Shadows, on Flickr
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My back yard. OK, not an everyday happening, wish it was.

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peter, Darthfeeble;

So very different for my backyard!
I would love to walk surrounded by green, the smell of the trees and the grounds in the early mornings...

You folks are very lucky.

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peter, Darthfeeble;

So very different for my backyard!
I would love to walk surrounded by green, the smell of the trees and the grounds in the early mornings...

You folks are very lucky.

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Thanks Faris. Your home looks equally exotic and interesting to us of course.
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peter, thank you.

A simple breakfast...

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