in 2008 in Long Beach California I finally got to meet a Russian Submarine Navy guy on this Foxtrot Sub...when I was in the Navy in 1969-1973 we kept track of the Russian subs all over the Pacific Ocean and always wanted to meet the "enemy" that I was trained to fear....another aspect of this ongoing perpetual duality polarity fear matrix that creates the present third dimensional "reality" we are currently focused on when we are not in our fourth dimensional heart space...so as we relax and go back into our heart we can begin to remember who we are and who we used to be before we got trapped in this game of living in the flesh..
Warner, thank you for your kind comment. It's a great little line to visit.
Lovely picture of a lovely place.
But, on a point of order, it is "Buttermere" not "Buttermere Lake". The "mere" part of the name is sufficient to tell us it's a lake - same applies to Windermere, Grasmere, etc etc., they are all lakes with villages or towns named after them, not the other way round!
OK, I'm pedantic, I know.
Beautiful! LIKE. Greetings, Petr
Water in group it is possible? www.panoramio.com/group/62706 водички в группу и Вы в группе Вода,вода..
Parabéns Ines pela bela foto. Vagarosamente a natureza se encarrega de dar o tom à paisagem. Saudações do sul do Brasil. Verner.
Ioannis Ouzounidis thank you for a visit :)
I can't begin to imagine the frozen hell these heroes had to deal with during their time here fighting the Germans while short on food, ammo, medical supplies and sufficient winter clothing. I've read that the avg. temp. during this time period was about minus 10-20 degrees F.
What a great spot Chris, went there for the First time yesterday, water was a bit lower, had my camera set on 2 - 5 seconds.
I would like to be menber of the Devon group. check your messages. Regards Peter IJmker