Chinese tourists at a buffet in Thailand
The cutest chapel in the world?
By shazz67 · · From Pic of the Week
The cutest chapel in the world is picturesque any time of the year, but when those leave turn red and yellow in Autumn, it's magical.
Published 2 hours ago. Gostwyck NSW 2358
Totally magical...Now thats what I call a place to worship.. :)
Cranky I was going to say the very same thing -- not at all obscene like so many
Beautiful. Never seen it before and didn't realise it's just outside Uralla or would have taken a quick drive to have a look if I'd known. Passed though Uralla many times.
I am sure I can see stain glass windows...that would seal it for me without even seeing inside...I just love it.
just adding I googled it and inside is just as I imagined...and on March 25th they are having a lantern parade, but I will be on the high seas...maybe next year...:)
It is a delightful church...
and in all it's glory...
How the front rows reacted to the Best Picture confusion at the Oscars
I am more amazed than them..I didn"t think America could be shocked at anything after the last couple of weeks...lol..
Toot, it certainly gave a lot of people a lot to talk about lol.
Warren was definite he was not taking the blame, and I do not blame him. I am sure he took umbrance at the bloke saying "what have you done Warren".
MY Cancer talk https://youtu.be/48_Cito_jVI be encouraged
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Isn't it about time Aust Post got ride of all its directors?
Anyone interested in gardening and Bees please? I started a new line about the Bees......it seems that they are under threat because of hybrid plants.....
Lake Menindee, NSW
Photograph by Julie Fletcher.
I cannot describe the eerie feeling I had when I walked in on this scene. I followed a massive storm front several 100 kilometres hoping to capture something special but this blew my mind. The surreal milky green water is a natural phenomenon caused by electomagnetic activity from the lightning hitting the waters surface. There was no rain where I was and not much wind either but in the distance the sky was charged and angry subjecting its wrath over the graveyard of dead trees in this normally very dry lake bed.
That is amazingly surreal.
The Ice Bear
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Mount Etna's erupting again.