opdrie

opdrie

Posted on 05/15/2008


Photo taken on May 16, 2008


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Lison du Var ...... Moneypenny, DREASAN, IanAbroad, Merkisteinn and 7 other people have particularly liked this photo


17 comments - The latest ones
Ingo Kwiat
Ingo Kwiat
Great, absolutely great processing,
even the shadows of the cheese planer (hej, I do not know a word for Käsehobel..)
Great Great Great!

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5 years ago.
opdrie has replied to Ingo Kwiat
Kaasschaaf in dutch

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Siegfried Vogel
Siegfried Vogel
Applause!
5 years ago.
opdrie has replied to Siegfried Vogel
Merci
5 years ago.
Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa
dutch cheese eggs? ... well ... :-))
5 years ago.
opdrie has replied to Mona Lisa
The Famous cheese egg Käsehobel
www.uitmuntend.de
5 years ago.
Ingo Kwiat has replied to opdrie
A very cool Website: ik vind het leuk!
5 years ago.
opdrie has replied to Ingo Kwiat
Bedankt, kan ik voortaan in het Nederlands schrijven?
5 years ago.
Nathou
Nathou
There are no levitating eggs ???
I like a lot the treatment :))
5 years ago.
opdrie has replied to Nathou
They levitated themselves out of the picture, Nathou
5 years ago.
mo |
mo |
i like mine if they're not hard boiled ..
may i have one -- oops , you ate them
already ... :(

dig the treatment a lot !
5 years ago.
opdrie has replied to mo |
I tried the Käsehobel on soft boiled eggs ... what a mess .. great!!!!
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Anne Seltmann
Anne Seltmann
:-)) Gooooood!
5 years ago.
Merkisteinn
Merkisteinn
Nice work....and you know the cheese cutter is a Norwegian invention? :-))
5 years ago.
Pixie
Pixie
Excellent photo and treatment :o)
Käsehobel in Icelandic = Ostaskeri ;o)
5 years ago.
joe doe
joe doe
Interesting!
5 years ago.

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