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    Wow Randi....they are really cool pics. Now you have got me wanting to go there....
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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat2u2004
    Wow Randi....they are really cool pics. Now you have got me wanting to go there....
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    Hopefully on an *above the ground* basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    Hopefully on an *above the ground* basis.
    Hahahaha...Pam. I wasn't really planning on tunnelling my way there !!!!
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    Recommend the Tivoli Gardens

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    Gorgeous Pics,
    My belated sympathies on John Randi, I didn't know either.
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    Wow, how did I ever miss this thread! Beautiful pictures Randi! I look forward to taking a walk over there myself...if I ever get to Denmark.
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    Thank you everyone!


    Quote Originally Posted by slick
    I look forward to taking a walk over there myself...if I ever get to Denmark.
    I hope you will! Or I'll have to cross the ocean one more time!
    Randi



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    As you know, I often go for a walk at the churchyard, there are so many pretty sights, and it's so peaceful.

    This time, I'll attach some pictures I took recently. There are so many different trees, some very old.
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    Randi



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    Some more....
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    Randi



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    Randi, it looks so peaceful and beautiful there..........I can understand why you want to spend time there.

    Some of the statues are beautiful. It also looks as though it is a huge area - more like a park than a cemetary.

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    Oh WoW those are some very nice pictures.. So interesting & of course mother nature at her best.. great pics thanks

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    Not sure how I missed this the first time around

    It's beautiful and the new pictures you took are also lovely.

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    Randi,

    I have always been fascinated by cemeteries. I love looking at the stones to see the ages of the people that passed away.

    What a beautiful place it is! Thanks for sharing such beautiful pictures.

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    Thank you, Randi. These pictures are just beautiful.

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    Thought I’d share some more pictures from the cemetary across the road, where I go for a walk, and to visit John almost every day.

    We had a storm last week, and one of the big trees just outside the cemetary didn’t make it. It is in the process of being cut down.



    Not far from the entrance is Niels Bohr’s grave, it’s on the path framed with tall poplar trees - and where it’s allowed to cycle.



    Going a little further down to the left is this nice statue of a lady.



    There are beautiful trees and bushes along the way.



    And just before going into the next section is a funny little statue of a boy. Look at that shadow!



    Randi



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