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Postby michduncg » Thu May 08, 2008 9:51 pm

Michduncg, I looked at your flickr and saw the shots of Tallinn. I could'nt stop laughing because I have alot of shots similar to yours, including the angles. I went there the day after Helsinki. So far of all the cities I've been to, I would say that Old Town in Tallinn is the most photogenic. Thoes red tiled towers look awsome agianst a blue sky.

If anyone ever goes to Tallinn, I would highly recommend that you have dinner at 'Olde Hansa'. You'll be in for quite a treat... you should try the 'dark beer with herbs'... YUM! ... and the peppered schnapps if you feel drained from all the walking.

:lol: Thomas - guess where we ate the 1st night in Tallinn !! Yep - 'Old Hansa' - the honey beer was great - I thought they only served that at the village outside Hogwarts :wink:

Tallinn is indeed a very photogenic city. I loved Helsinki as well, but its very different - modern with some fantistic early modernist architecture and Stockmanns, mainland Europes largest department store. We also went to Copenhagen and I took my best pic to date - its the titled Nyhaven on my flickr.
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Postby Q u e n t i n » Sat May 10, 2008 2:42 pm

I really enjoyed number 2. I like how straight pillars contrast with the waving girl

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