Can you imagine what it must have been like to be ordered…
out of the relative safety of trenches at Bullecourt
to march towards the German army lines…
…all the while knowing that German machine gun posts
were set up so that they could cut down
enemy soldiers marching up this rise.
Three or four attempts were made to reach the German lines
before the English officers allowed
Australian troops to protect themselves,
take cover etc while trying to advance..
Can you imagine the carnage?
It brings tears to my eyes every time I try.
The paddock was so peaceful and calm.
Millions of lives have been lost because of politics.
I pray it does not happen again.
Exquisite is the only way to describe the interior of
The Palace of Versailles being one such example.
Whether the ceiling artwork, or…
…this craftsmanship fifteen to twenty feet above our heads.
I think ‘forlorn’ is an apt description…
for dear old Maggie the day she presented like this…
…after apparently burying a bone
somewhere in the garden.
known a Labrador that…
…did not possess a constant appetite for food.
Known as the million dollar view…
we did find this view breathtaking.
Taken at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
This was the view from the staff quarters,
until a remodelling ‘fixed’ that.
Ginger giving me a tap on my windcheater
Junior Burger hold the onions please.