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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by grizcty, Sep 27, 2017.
Today in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos there is a large movement in the Evangelical Christian Faith.
Lovely picture of okra plant with flower in North Carolina. I ate fried okra when I visited NC and absolutely loved it. Delicious! I was so inspired that I tried to make my own okra when I got home. What a disaster. Slugs would have looked better on a plate than what I came up with.
The horizon or skyline is the apparent line that separates earth from sky, the line that divides all visible directions into two categories: those that intersect the Earth's surface, and those that do not.
Fried Okra " Southern popcorn! "We grow it and eat it here in South Carolina.
I like Basmati rice the best. Usually from India/Pakistan. Mine is grown in little burlap bags at Sam's Club.
Supposedly, it has a lower "glycemic index" than some other rices do so it's possibly better for diabetics. I dunno, I just like the flavor.
[....returning to our regular program....]
Fall time in the Rockies.
William Wallace Monument, Scotland
The 14ft bronze William Wallace Monument statue. (prior to last years restoration)
The tower, completed in 1869, sits atop Craig Abbey overlooking the River Forth and the Valley of Forth. The hill was once the site of a fortress, where William Wallace camped before defeating the English, who were trying to cross the area in the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297. The monument is designed in the stately Scottish style and depicts a medieval Scottish tower. In the courtyard, you can see the representation of the royal crown of Scotland and outside the statue of Wallace in solid bronze.
Hot coffee and a grand view.
Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand.
Bateman house (built 1634), home of Rudyard Kipling (English journalist, short-story writer, poet, and novelist.)
Built in 1634, Rudyard Kipling bought the house in 1902 at the age of 36 and lived here for more than 30 years. When his widow died, she donated the property to the National Trust who have opened it to the public. The house contains many of the original furnishings and lots of mementos of Kipling and family.
Morning light on the Grand Tetons.
Sunset over Monument Valley Arizona.
Storm clouds over a neighborhood in Taber, Alberta Canada.
Tahkuna Lighthouse on Hiiumaa island, Estonia.
Mont Saint-Michel, France.
One of those places on my short list of places to go. Thanks for posting those pictures.
Farmland in Slovakia.
Sułoszowa village, in southern Poland.
My best search effort says it was taken in Fukushima, Japan. Could this be the same bridge from another angle? If so it's a bridge spanning the Tadami River. Very beautiful either way. Deserves a haiku.
I think you meant to reply to Griz. Mine was fall foliage, his was a bridge