Tuesday, April 14, 2009

My World; Ecovillage;


My view onto the pretty Ecovillage.

This village is build to standards friendly to the enviroment. If you would like to read and see more about it click here



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Photos TS.



17 comments:

  1. What a delightful looking place and how wonderful to be so caring for environment!! We don't see nearly enough of that, I'm afraid! Love your photos!

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  2. Wow Titania, your posts always are interesting and beautiful to see.
    Thanks you.
    Have a wonderful week
    Mary ElizabethBlog.

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  3. Oh so green everywhere. Looks tropical to me. Very nice to see.

    BTW, your header is truly beautiful.

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  4. This looks like a beautiful place to live. Nice to know it's ecologically friendly.

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  5. the eco village is beautiful...are those herons by the waterside?

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  6. A great concept and seems to be working very well too. The Egrets and Ibis certainly look to feel at home there.

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  7. What a great idea! We should invest in eco villages around the world...
    Katarina

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  8. A wonderful place to live. Hopefully the beautiful nature does not ware out too much from all the people living in the area. I thought it would be called eco village due to environmental friendly electricity and sewige systems as well as building materials but seems it's just the location that is reason for this name.
    Still it's very pretty and hopefully will remain that way.

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  9. Itsnotjusapicture; No, those are mainly egrets
    or flocks of Ibis.

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  10. Tarolino, the village is build enviro friendly. The buildings must contain a certain amount of recycled materials, electricity, water and sewage are all eco friendly as possible.

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  11. We should have more of this. Great initiative and a cool place to boot. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Fantastic place. All places in the world must be like this.

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  13. What a neat place. Made me think of John Denver and his Windstar Foundation and how he was trying to do these things 30+ years ago. An idea whose time has come! Great images.

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  14. It looks like a great place you have shown us and thanks for the pictures and the link.

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  15. Thank you all for visiting and interesting comments.

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