Photo Story Time

Posted by Claudia Moser on 12:27 PM in , ,

14 years old with my cousin

20 something with colleagues in a team building event

With my girlfriends in Ireland

Xmas party at work

Party during my last days in Romania before coming to Germany



Lovely photos Claudia.

I love putting a face to a name.

What part of Ireland did you visit?

Hope you enjoyed it,
maybe you will come back again.


Lovely to see those photos of you through the years Claudia. Hope you're having a lovely weekend with Peter.

@Fiona - I've been to Dublin, Moate, Galway and Limerick and for sure I will come again :) I will let you know!
@Diane - Peter is busy with the Book Fair and I am enjoying my me day :)

You have such beautiful, naturally dark hair, although you seem to prefer to wear it lighter, now? It has been lovely to see you through the ages. Super pics, Claudia!

It is fun to see you in different settings!

@Desiree - well actually my hair colour is more auburn, but you are right I like to add some traces of blond to it!
@Belle - well I thought in this case the pictures are worth a thousand words!

How lovely to see you grow up :-)

Great look at Claudia through the ages! Thanks for sharing this!

@Sarah - growing up is fun :)
@Jo - gladly!

Great photos. Thanks for sharing.


@Joyce - :)

I enjoyed seeing you in all the different settings. I like that you are willing to share your photos.

@Darlene - I know it might be risky, but in the end it was a nice take!

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