Your peace globe has been placed in The Peace Globe Gallery. You are officially peace globe #1084.BlogBlast For Peace ~ November 6, 2008 is going to be awesome! Hope to see you there.
The cows look so quiet under the sun! I don't see still any halloween decorations in streets here! Several years ago Halloween had a such succes and now nothing! Le soleil est revenu ici aussi! Mais j'ai eu quelques petits dégats au jardin! Il faut que je replante mes petits cactus!
What a pretty view of the ex battle field, especially with the cows...Napoleon must feel at peace today with hardly any cars to bother him! How amazing to live not too far from such a historical site...
Cool pics this week! Ilove the cows and love the last photo
I love the cows.
Okay! We all love the cows! LOL! But you know what I find amazing -- is those decorations left OUTSIDE on a row house! Maybe it's only because I live near DC - but closer into the city NOBODY puts decorations OUTside - they would be stolen in a minute! Of course, out here in the country where I am, many many houses are decorated to the max! Inside and out! I should go take some pics... if I EVER get my kitchen finished! LOL!
Halloween isn't my thing. But I do so love the battlefield photos. Hubby and I used to do battlefield tours when we traveled with our RV, but now with 4 dogs and the price of fuel, it's hard to go anywhere.
You are so lucky you live near this "amazing" historical site. In my high school world history class it was compulsory to learn/ read -Battle of Waterloo...but we were more interested in Josephine and Bonaparte...:) Waterloo decisively saw the end of 26 years of fighting between the European powers and France. The French star was eclipsed and the German began its ascendancy. For Britain, Waterloo is not just a battle. It is an institution.
Fabulous photos once again Gattina. You know I've told you many times just how much interest my hubby has with Napoleon and Waterloo. He'd be so tickled to actually have gone with you on the excursion.Wonderful post.
Wow! How cool... I love all things history and would have loved to see that. Thanks to your pictures, I feel like I have!
The cows are definitely my favorite this week!
Those cows are OUT-STANDING in their field.
What a great post, I love seeing where people live. Have a nice Sunday..:)
I've neven been to that site that I can remember!! Maybe should visit it one day!Good pictures, Gattina!
I love the battle field, it's so PEACEFUL - especially with the cows. Lovely photo. I wanna stand there just watching them chew. I love your new Halloween layout!
Great historical winners this week Gattina :) My faves are the last 2 :)
Great shots of those lazy cows! ;-)
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