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Manfried von starhemberg
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The full name actually is: Manfried Helmuth Rieder von Starhemberg but as a journalist I have used a combination of all the above because it gives me more opportunities to flog off my work...
The full name actually is: Manfried Helmuth Rieder von Starhemberg but as a journalist I have used a combination of all the above because it gives me more opportunities to flog off my work...

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Bread shovel with painting by Manfred Rieder
FRENCH PEEL - Bread shuffle I used this bread shovel or "peel" from August 2006 to October 2911 at the La Valse des Pains bakery in Sutton, Quebec. It has seen thousands of breads, croissants, baguettes, brioches and pizzas. My friend. owner Pascal Picarda,...

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A brief bio-sketch: Manfred Helmuth Rieder Born in Linz, Austria Austrian Air Force (9 mandatory months) then transferred to NATO as a pilot, I used military credits to finish my Doctorate in Journalism at University of Vienna in April 1972. NATO Joint Stri...

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Railroad
RAILROAD REMINISCENCES I have had a life-long fascination with the railroad. My grandfather was principal railroad architect for the Austrian National Railroad, built bridges and rebuilt terminals after the last war. He was also a fine steam engineer and ta...

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Newport Sculpture Garden

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REMINISCING ABOUT OUR LOVELY TIME IN SUTTON
I had some the best years of my life in the Sutton area of Quebec where we lived for 14 years. I promised some friends some pictures of our time there. Here they are: Misty morning in the orchard

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My Take on Elegance:
ELEGANCE Elegance - I wish I had it!  By Manfried Rieder When I grew up in my grandparent's home in Austria in the 50's, "Elegant" was a painting by Gustaf Klimpt (above is an excerpt of his wonderful painting "friends"), or my grandfather's portrait of the...
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