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Herman

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Ok GF1 Pany 7-14 .. Summertime .. yes I was cleaning rain gutters but happened to have the camera with me :rofl:
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ps. Herman we don't have such steep gable roofs .. no snow here .. hardly rains here too.

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I have a roof shot! It's the roof of the office that I work in.
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Hey Herman, this thread is on a roll:smile:
This is our roof from a different angle. My brother took me up in an ultralight and this is our house from about 500 feet.

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Herman

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Sun Fun

Thanks for your great images.
I just went outside, the sun was shining, I could not resist taking a few pics.
This one of them. Hope you like.

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Roof in Salinas

This is a typical Asturian roof - they're called 'Roman tiles' and I think they are beautiful. Similar, I think, to the ones in BillN's photo.

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Hometown roofs

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here's a shot of some roofs of Buenos Aires
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Roof of old church in lower Manhattan

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From NY, I don't know if it counts:

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