About Where we live - pictures Page 3
|August 27th, 2009||#22|
| || |
AFSteliga, Thanks letting us know that the double posting rule doesn't apply to this kind of thread, could it perhaps be relaxed on the music thread too?
Rattler, those hedgehogs sound adorable, watching them walk in to keep warm at night must be so funny to see. I have a soft spot of animals and have taken in more stray cats/dogs/birds and lord knows what else over the years. We have an abundance of wild life here, including that moose I posted earlier on, she spent a year with us, and we still miss her. She had a habit of suddenly appearing behind you or following you around, also a very gentle creature, even though she looked fiercesome.
Those storms sure did a lot of damage didn't they? Living not too far from the Ocean, we also get our fair number of Hurricanes and storms passing through. They don't often come as far as we are though (thankfully).
13th, I'm still trying to image your Rock home, it would still be interesting to see...
|August 28th, 2009||#24|
| || |
Sky, please do, when you get the time.
Here's a few more I took a few days ago, they didn't come out too well, but I still like them:
One is of a huge ant hill, of which we have many, one of the city, some of the garden, and my cat.
|September 9th, 2009||#28|
| || |
The bulgarian police station(the yellow building)now a museum.In WW2 it was a bulgarian police station used by the ocupators-the attack of this building(11 October 1941yr.)was the first aggresion against the nazi's in the balcans
The city center with the clock tower in the center of the center
The statue of Alexander III of Macedon
Picture taken from the mountains above the city
The square Pela (Alexander's statue is little above the right low corner)
Semper etiam ubique superiores