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My photoblog

 
rasmusx
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May 23, 2006 12:40 |  #1

Hi!

I made some time ago a personal photoblog. Currently it is only in Estonian language, but in summer i plan to make English version of it too. http://rasmusx.pri.ee/​index.php (external link) <-- Link to my blog.
Please be so nice and comment my blog and pictures here. All pictures are taken with Canon IXUS 40 camera. Also the site is not finished yet.


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azkul
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May 25, 2006 17:41 |  #2

It's always a bit of an adventure trying to navigate a site in another language :) I found your gallery though. Very cool images... My favorite was http://rasmusx.pri.ee/​index.php?showimage=18 (external link)

I also liked the backlit tree one (I think it was image #9).

TFS!
Brian
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rasmusx
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Jun 17, 2006 03:06 as a reply to  @ azkul's post |  #3

azkul wrote:
It's always a bit of an adventure trying to navigate a site in another language :)

Yea i bet it is quite hard if you don't know other language. So I am planning to make a English version of my blog soon. Anyway I'll post some translated word here so it is easyer for others.

pealeht = main page
arhiiv = archive
info = about (that part isn't done yet)
eelime = last pictures
järgmine = next picture

Also now I can't post pictures there for a while because I managed to drop my camera in to the sand :cry:.


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olwe
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Jun 17, 2006 09:48 as a reply to  @ rasmusx's post |  #4

Very good "nordic-karg" look. Nice that you didn't use the usual cliche blog graphics. Excellect choice of black-and-white first pix. Hey, show us more unique shots of Estonia!




  
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