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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by cowsmilk, Aug 21, 2015.
I threw a very small piece of algae waffle into the tank. The cherry shrimps rushed to the food and enjoyed their dinner, while this little Crystal red shrimp walk away. He probably felt lonely & left out.
And here are some new borns. They are really cute and tiny.
And Gallows throws some cold reality on us!
Crossing the Elbe river by a small ferry:
The road to and from the ferry. Like a 18th century road.... at least the car didn't break down.
Some impressions from castle garden in Wörlitz. 18th century english garden with an area of 112.5ha. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
More impressions from English Grounds of Wörlitz.
Squirrels in the garden:
Some more from this summer's trip to England. This time: around Salcombe.
Salcombe Coast walk 1 by schnurretiger
Salcombe Coast walk 2 by schnurretiger
Yes, the clouds did not forbade well...
Salcombe Coast walk 4 by schnurretiger
But if you walked on for a couple of minutes:
Salcombe Coast walk 7 by schnurretiger
Salcombe Coast walk 8 by schnurretiger
Oh, it'll be fine!
Salcombe Coast walk 9 by schnurretiger
Some provisions along the way:
Salcombe Coast walk 13 by schnurretiger
Soar Mill Cove:
Salcombe Coast walk 16 by schnurretiger,
Heading back towards Salcombe:
Salcombe Coast walk 22 by schnurretiger
Salcombe Coast walk 26 by schnurretiger
Salcombe Coast walk 27 by schnurretiger
It's just around the bend back there. I hope...
Salcombe Coast walk 28 by schnurretiger
God, have we walked to Mordor?
Salcombe Coast walk 32 by schnurretiger
Almost made it!
Salcombe Coast walk 35 by schnurretiger
Salcombe Coast walk 36 by schnurretiger
Salcombe Coast walk 43 by schnurretiger
Looks like a BEAUTIFUL place to visit!
It is! If I were "financially independent", that's the area I'd like to live in.
I'm driving down the road near the airport and this guy in a mustang blew my doors off.
Some more impressions from the English Grounds of Wörlitz.
Tried to protect against beavers...
At one corner of the garden, there was that artificial island.