It´s waiting for the tide, and meanwhile give us the gift of a mirror! 10/5--AnaM
The daisies made the foreground photogenic! And it was a beautiful day. Thanks for your affirmation, Ebi.
Greetings Ebi. Thanks for managing the group so well, and for your encouraging of contributors.
More landscapes for you to explore, dear Füsun, and we can travel here by train! You'd love it.
Christos Theodorou, Thank you for your kind comment. Best regards, -Art
Just amazing!!! Kind regards, Christos
Please save panoramio..
Greetings - Yosi.
Ian, I'm not much of a reader but I'll look up Follet's book. Insight is something I need when I see huge and ornate buildings constructed to care for the spiritual needs of masses of poor people who might not have adequate living quarters or food, yet they give what they have to the church. Best regards. -Art
Ian, Thanks for tagging along. I have never seen onions harvested so I don't know if this is common or unusual. In either case, there was something artful about how orderly they looked and the subtle colors on a volcanic ash soil back ground. You might be interested in the fact that Mont St. Michel, Mont Dol and Tombelain (the only "mountains" in this area) are cinder cones and the mud around Mont St. Michel and this farmland is the same gray ash that you see in areas where volcanoes blow their tops. Best regards. -Art