Carousel – Bonn, Germany


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31 thoughts on “Carousel – Bonn, Germany

  1. Knowing how popular the Carousels are in Europe at the Christmas market's for a brief second I thought this was a real one. Nice shot.

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  2. What fantastic pictures. With all those reflections bouncing around I didn't know what to think at first. I would guess these are for sale and also that they are probably very expensive. But so beautiful.

    You are working very hard, Leia! And from what you say I think you are learning a lot. Perhaps, if you desire, you could get a job as a translator! I'm very impressed…you must know 4-5 languages now (as does Cezar) and I can barely speaka da English! 🙂

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  3. I also meant to say two things: 1) Your blog is so very festive. Great fun; and 2) re your comment on The Villages – the dog is the “baby.” The carriage is for the dog. Quite common here…older people have little dogs that can't walk very far (especially in the heat of summer) so they push them along in baby carriages–actually you can buy these made just for dogs.

    So, there's no real human baby in the photo. She was just giving the dog a bit of exercise. 🙂

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  4. I think it's neat the way the carousels look suspended in mid air in these photos! Do the carousels play music as well as go round and round?

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  5. I love all the reflections! Carousels are one of my favorite things … any size carousel!!!! 😀 😀

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  6. These are pretty, Cezar and Leia. The reflections have me confused. I keep looking in an effort to figure out what I am seeing.

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