Diggory Venn Thanks for the visit and nice comments.
:-) Kevin looks the type to ride a Harley . Hopefully I will be up at Kookynie again soon. :)
beautiful how the sun does its work here.......like!!! gr. roeli
A really impressive scenery. I like the b/w! It's perfect for this bucolic and melancholic mood. L
Greetings from Venice
Civilians in the city suffered from extreme starvation, especially in the winter of 1941–1942. For example, from November 1941 to February 1942 the only food available to the citizen was 125 grams of bread, of which 50–60% consisted of sawdust and other inedible admixtures, and distributed through ration cards. For about two weeks at the beginning of January 1942, even this food was available only for workers and military personnel. In conditions of extreme temperatures (down to −30 °C (−22 °F)) and city transport being out of service, even a distance of a few kilometers to a food distributing kiosk created an insurmountable obstacle for many citizens. In January–February 1942, about 700–1,000 citizens died every day, most of them from hunger. People often died on the streets, and citizens soon became accustomed to the sight of death
Hi Don Z!Always welcome to You!
Hi Reiner!This is inscrutable and arcane place to be!