Tuesday, May 05, 2009

There're back!


recorded 03 May 09. Click on image for a closer look
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14 comments:

Hilda said...

Amazing. They really do make tents on chimneys!

Hilda said...

Uh, did I say tents? I meant nests! Sigh…

Jupp said...

Fantastic photo. Fantastic Blog. Congratulations

kris said...

Hilda and Jupp,

Thank you for stopping by :)

Ackworth born said...

good to see them again

Rebecca said...

great to see I'm not the only one who's seen the storks like this.

This is such a wonderful blog, keep it up!

salem said...

They really do make tents on chimneys!

G. Németh said...

Kedves Blogger!

Az ön által írt színvonalas blog felkeltette érdeklődésünket.
Egy esetleges együttműködéssel kapcsolatban kerestem meg.

A napokban induló program, közéleti online magazinhoz keresek együttműködő bloggereket.Az elképzelésem a következő: szeretném, ha az ön által vezetett blog becsatornázódna az említett weboldalra.
A kapott tartalmakért cserébe látogatókat generálnánk az ön oldalára.
Az RSS szabadon használható?

Várom válaszát,
Üdvözlettel:

Pfefi

mail: pfeffer.kristof@artcentrum.hu

kris said...

Hi Pfefi,
Thanks for your offer and yes the RSS feed is valid and working.
Since the blog posts will stay in English language, do you think your readers will be interested? :)

kris said...

Hi Pfefi,
Thanks for your offer and yes the RSS feed is valid and working.
Since the blog posts will stay in English language, do you think your readers will be interested? :)

G. Németh said...

Yes, because there will be an english micro site where i could network in your blog.

How often do you write new posts? I think it is a very interesting topic and our visitors interested in this so much.

Could you send me a telephone number?



Kristof Pfeffer

pfeffer.kristof@artcentrum.hu

kris said...

Kristof,
as you can gather, i'm posting whenever I find interesting shots. So, posting is irregular.

you may contact me via the comment section should you need further info.

Thanks for your interest in this blog:)

Leif Hagen said...

Beautiful storks! What happens to the nest in the winter when the chimney is in use??!

kris said...

Leif,
the nest is permanently there. It was untouched even during the restoration work done to the building sometime ago. I guess the chimney is not used or not working anymore :)

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