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Well thanks Mimi, I suppose so!!
Laughing or not it is a fine picture. Attractive people and a superb background!
Isn't that the truth PG, I just couldn't get Jenny to stop laughing!!
Don't you just love it when all your hard work as a tour guide and photographer come together to make a snapshot in time come to life. They could be practicing for a laugh track.
It was BJ, thanks.
Thank you too Hanne.
Laughing or not - it's a fine picture!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!
Nice day to tour and spend with family
Yes Jacques, it sure was a pretty spot, thanks.
pretty view too
Thanks PK, PLG and Celeste.
Nice picture :)
Love it! Thanks for sharing this Robbie!
Great picture ...!!!!
We crossed Shirley, thanks very much, guess I wasn't!
Thank you Ank, I see you have a lot of confidence in my picture taking, so do Jenny and co, as you can see! Hee hee.
Yes we were all very lucky PKH, thanks for your concern!
Thanks chickie, looks almost like they were having a family hoe-down!!
Seriously, this is a lovely photo, lovely people and glorious background, Robbie it's obvious you were not funny that Day.
What a nice photo regardless of all the laughter. Looks like they were whooping it up!
Way to keep them on level ground. You probably were preforming all sorts of your crazy antics to get them to laugh so hard. I am amazed no one was hurt in the taking of the picture.
Robbie I can tell you without laughin that this is a beautiful photo. I don't know how it's possible because you made it and not Jenny, but it is. And I can see at the faces of them that they don't have much trust in you making that photo. But boy you did a good job.
Oh man, watch your keyboard Lela, could be an expensive spill!! Thanks.
Hi PD, you are so right, lucky for that wall. Glad you enjoy them, any translation needed I can help, thanks.
Don't they Tex?! I wonder if I was getting on Jenny's nerves, can't remember, thanks.
It's a good thing that wall was high enough and sturdy enough to keep them from tumbling over in their fits of laughter!
By the way, I love your travelogue--the descriptions are poetic and informative and make me almost feel as if I were there! (Reading a sign in a language I don't understand...).
HA!....You made my spill my coffee!......Excellent title - I'm sure this was a day for the memory......or not!....
Oh, yeah, they look tickled to death! Thanks, Robbie!
Just look at them, they were laughing so hard they almost fell down!!! I could hardly keep the camera still.........By the way that is an old monestary in the background somewhere in Tuscania!!