lördag 27 oktober 2012

IAW CLXXXII - Language

Greetings from Sweden!

Since many swedish children comes in contact with English an early age. I was fortunate to begin studying it in 4th Grade, when I was nine years old. When I was thirteen I read JRR Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings for the first time. Even though it was quite a challenge, I enjoyed it very much. As the years passed and I continued to read, listen and speak English my ability got steadily better and now I can, with some pride, say that I am fluent. So the week's theme is Language. Hope you'll enjoy this challenge. Im looking forward to see your entries. Enjoy!

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The Rules:

Each week we will post an original photo with words on it. The idea behind this group is to expand our minds through our photography.



Photos must be your own, but the words can be someone else's as long as credit is given after the words.

Your post can either be serious, or if you'd like comical, but never obscene .

Posts can either have one word on them,quotes, or full poems ... Your choice.

All posts are to be done on your own site in a blog form with a link back to it being left here.

New topics will be posted on Sundays.

Posts can be made through Saturday.

One post per person only please

17 kommentarer:

  1. What a beautiful image and words Anders. Very green and very pleasant too.

    SvaraRadera
  2. Lovely Photo and they tell me it is still green and pleasant in most places (but definitely not London).

    SvaraRadera
  3. Thanks, Pat. Indeed the countryside is still green and pleasant.

    SvaraRadera
  4. Wow Anders, it even looks English. That is very like the Manner Houses do theirs. Too controlled for my liking though.

    Great photo.

    SvaraRadera
  5. Thanks, Shayna. Indeed it is wellordered - it is a castle garden.

    SvaraRadera
  6. No nicer language than the language of the country!! Beautiful!

    SvaraRadera
    Svar
    1. thanks for coming by and your appreciative comment, Lynne.

      Radera
  7. I do believe we were on the same page with our thoughts. Such a beautifully manicured landscape! We have trees that look exactly like the ones in your photo they are called arborvitae. Little birds love the denseness of those trees. ( And of course we love little birds LOL ) I can smell the air as ifthe grass was freshly mowed......a photo of 'eye candy'


    Thanks for coming by, Anders...huggggggggs

    SvaraRadera
    Svar
    1. Dear Linda - thanks for dropping by and your delighted comment. I do love these castle gardens.

      Radera
  8. Love your entry, Anders! Ah the beauty of nature!

    SvaraRadera
  9. Thanks Belita. Indeed it is fascinating.

    SvaraRadera
  10. Nice one!

    Thanks for the visit.

    SvaraRadera
    Svar
    1. Thanks, Marcel and you're welcome,

      Radera