Windows wallpaper is the background you see when the computer first
If you aren't sure how to do it, wait for someone knowledgeable to
come over your house.
The prayer scarf in common to both Orthodox and Eastern Catholics and
can be found in homes from eastern Slovakia to western Ukraine in
I had village pictures or videos taken by both Vladimir Linder and
Maros Krajnak. They both did a spectacular job.
I am sure other members of Slovak-World can also make suggestions on
photographers they have used.
I haven't picked up your Jakubany photos yet. Will check them out in
--- In Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com, "maxine" <maxine96@...> wrote:
> Hi Greg, first of all I think your web site "its all relative" is
terrific!!! Thank you for all the time and effort you have put in to
teach us. I have learned a lot and go to your site all the time. In
fact I keep finding new things at the site. Questions:
> 1. What is "windows wallpaper"? It is beautiful but how did it get
> 2. It tell you want to do to make a copy but I do not understand.
> 3. Prayer scarf's-are they for the Orthodox? They are beautiful and
I never saw the things being sold on your site. I am missing a lot.
> 4. Would you say it is a "good thing" to have pictures taken of a
village? I went to Jakubany 1 1/2 years ago and hope to go back. However,
> getting the "proper" pictures is hard. Would you say YES to this?
> thanks Greg, once again your site is terrific and very helpful.
> PS I sent you some pictures of my Jakubany room to post, however, I
do not know if you received them. About a week ago. I DO NO how to post.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Gregory J Kopchak
> To: Slovak-World@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Saturday, September 01, 2007 12:56 PM
> Subject: [Slovak-World] Parnica Slovakia Windows Wallpaper
> This month's Windows wallpaper features a cabin in Parnica, Slovak
> Parnica is a village and municipality in Dolna Kubin District in
> Region of northern Slovakia.
> In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1420.
> In Parnica there are some original timber chalets with shingled
roof and a
> church from the beginning of 20th century with an altar painting by M.
> Greg Kopchak
> It's All Relative
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