Lovely photos of such a historical place. The snow gives everything such a nice, pristine look. Thanks for sharing.
How interesting to see the Waterloo battlefield. A little bit of snow is always fun to photograph and play in.
I wonder what Napoleon would have thought of the snow...You have a lovely street and even though the snow is starting to melt, it still looks lovely and fresh.
Thanks for showing such a historical battlefield and especially covered in snow. Take care, Judith
You know me....I had to call Bud in to look at your photos of the battlefield.Awesome photos.Happy Tuesday
I like the snow (except when streets get dirty).Your first photo is so beautiful. The composition is excellent, as is the lighting. Many have glorious light!
Let the bones ot the soldiers rest under the white blanket of snow. That war such a bloody battle with incredible loss of life. The necessity was a sad blot on humanity.
Interesting to see such an historical palce in a modern day setting.
Thanks for a great snowy trip around your area
Beautiful pictures. Greetings from a Dutch blogger in Holland
You have a keen eye for photography, your snowscapes are lovely.
I am glad you are enjoying a little touch of Winter with snow.We have had a deep Siberian High which has dropped out temperature to -40C or more at times. Of course, we have lots of snow about 3 feet deep.
Your lucky to have only one week of snow.Even though I don't like snow I liked the pictures.
Gattina: That was an interesting post with all the history involved.Those were neat photos of your snow.
Great pictures of a well known monument. Love the first one with the sun on the left side.
What a lovely neighbourhood you live in!
What beautiful pictures! I especially like the sunlight in the first 4 pics!
I like the too cold for a picnic photo; very nice, the snow looks so clean and fresh.. Also an interesting piece of history was enacted here.
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