Posted by feralc4t
..Lyon. As I saw it
Posted on March 23, 2016, in foto, Photo, Photography, Stuff and tagged foto, Photo, Photography. Bookmark the permalink. 58 Comments.
I’m liking these multiple photo posts! Also, one of those buildings has a turret on it, and I want it!
I wants it I does.. My precious.. Gollum gollum 😀
Are you posting from France or back at home?
I’ll be your are weary of all my comments (after not having found time to visit in a couple weeks!)
I posted some in France and some here in Sweden
Good trip, then? How long were you there?
Just under a week. A fine time 🙂
Wonderful! I’ve not been since childhood … someday I’ll get back!
Well worth the trip i reckon
So beautiful. Looks like you had fun walking all over.
Lovely city. Well worth a visit
I would love to take a whole summer and wander everywhere.
I had about 5 weeks to spare. Too short 😦
That a long time. Store it up, soak it up. I still have photos I took in Scotland up on my walls. A trip to remember.
I liked Scotland. Only been up the west coast
I went up the West Coast and to the Highlands. I saw Glasgow and Edinburgh, too. Castles, lochs and misty coasts.
Isle of Arran, Glencoe, Loch Long and as high as Fort William
We took the train up to Arisaig and stayed a few nights on the Isle of Raasay, with a great view of Skye. We climbed Eigg, too.
It was glorious. We had sunny, perfect weather the whole time except for one brief shower in Arisaig.
Good weather in Scotland is usually very good. Bad is pretty bad though 😀
I haven’t experienced very bad. Although all the locals were complaining of sunstroke and none had shorts, like we did. It was in the 80s, which I gather is very rare. 🙂
I was in Glencoe in the 80’s. So hot i went swimming in the river just to cool off..
Ah, hah! So it did happen more than once. 😉 It was halcyon honeymoon weather.
It rained so hard in the south that year lots of places got flooded..
I witnessed the flooding of the River Severn one year in Bath. Nearly everywhere was under water.
I saw that on TV.
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