2017-08-22

Julita Windmill

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Julita Windmill
© NF Photo 170815

This windmill, or mills, there are two, belongs to the Museum of Julita Gård/Mansion as I shared in the post before this one. 

Linking up with: WATW   Pictorial Tuesday   Weekend Green
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16 comments:

  1. what an interesting windmill with the the shingles. Have a fabulous week, I am joining you at Pictorial Tuesday.

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  2. I popped over to see your post on the agriculture museum...thanks for sharing. I've never known of a museum that is for agriculture, but this looks like a nice place and the fact that you can stay there also is interesting. Windmills are always much like the lighthouses...just fun to look at. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Hello, I love the windmills. Beautiful images. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  4. how fun! It seems so random. Is there a Dutch community near by?

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  5. So beautiful!! I love windmills - must be the Dutch ancestry coming through! ;-)

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  6. Absolutely wonderful images.

    All the best Jan

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  7. I would love to see a windmill in real life!

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  8. Those windmills are adorable! I love the shingles. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  9. These old windmills are very beautiful.

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  10. It is a rarity to see windmills here. The only one I've seen is at the entrance to Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. They are fascinating. Love your pics!

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  11. Lovely old mill, so interesting textures... Once I stood up at the wheel of a windmill, that was a famous look around (must search this ohoto, an old paper pic)...
    Thanks for joining, the plant at my green photo is physalis alkekengi.
    Enjoy your weekend

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  12. Maravilhoso!
    Amei o lugar.
    Bom começo de mês de setembro.
    Abraços.

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