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I like to mooch around country towns to see what will turn up. This was my top pick from Wollar.

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  1. Typical country architecture. Great composition. Thank you for following my trip and commenting while I was away and unable to visit you.

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  2. Great colours here and great texture

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  3. Definitely a top pick. Colours and composition make a great rural still life - funny is, it feels so abandoned but there is this rainbow sticker on the door ...

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  4. Wonderful composition and colours!

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  5. I love this. Only time can create it, and photography seems to be the best way to share it.

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  6. Unusual shade of green ... very moderne ...

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