June 29, 2012 by Kavi
A narrow street in Tallinn, Estonia…quaint & charming every which way you look!
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Posted in Weekly Photo Challenge | Tagged Estonia, Europe, Fleeting Moment, Photography, postaday, Travel, Weekly Photo Challenge | 33 Comments
lovely picture! – rita
Thanks Rita :-)
I love cobble stone streets…charm personified! :)
Likewise & thank you so much for coming by :-)
Love the morning glories…especially in blue…
There is something special about themz morning glories for sure :-)
Are you a gardener? :)
I love gardening…so well maybe that makes me one …lol
You’ll have to post pictures of your garden sometime. :)
that’s food for thought…will do:-)
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Cobblestone streets! Distinctly European. Nice!
Thanks Myra,love those quaint cobbled streets. It is remarkable how well preserved these heritage cities are in Europe :-)
Beautiful shot Kavi.
Thanks Madhu :-)
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Beautiful photo, Kavi. When were you there?
Thanks Naomi, I visited Estonia in 2008….it was beautiful.
I did cover it in an earlier post in case your interested :-)
Thank you, I would be very interested. We were there in 2005, but only for a day. I would love to go back.
It is beautiful and reminds me of other quaint towns in Europe. ;-)
Thank you & for swinging by too :-)
You are welcome.
A lovely, peaceful shot!
Thank you :-)
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