Thursday, August 28, 2014

Skywatch Friday

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For our summer holiday we spend a week in France. Here are some of our views:

Enjoying the water on a very hot day
 Sundown at our site
 Amazing skies at an hour and  half walk from the nearest busstop
 Small lake near an old mill
 I forgot the name of this town. Sorry. If you reckognize it, please let me know!
 Watching the evening sky. Better than anything on television.
 A friend, my girlfriend an my two oldest children
 Hunting dogs at a kennel waiting for the sign to eat
This is where Caesar fought Vercingetorix. And won.

On our way to get fresh wine we just had to stop and admire this view
 One of three local cats: Ping Pong
 Baking a pizza in the selfmade outdoor brick oven
 Enjoying the night sky over our compound
 The fields seem to stretch out until forever
 Every cloud has a...Golden lining!
 Some sky in Belgium
 Resting halfway home
 It rained while the sun was shining so we saw this rainbow!
 Just my oldest daughter enjoying a peaceful moment
 One of the spots to enjoy an intimate dinner. Or breakfast. Or just drink. Or not.
 Live music at the campfire
 It was a great day at the reservoir
 Sky over a cabin-to-be
 View from our cabin
 Trying to capture the night sky
 The night sky

To see the full album, click here for the slideshow. I hope you enjoyed watching these pictures as much as we enjoyed our stay. Happy skywatching!

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Why should we feel sorry for Israel?

So Israel kills 2000 Palestines and Palestine kills 60 Israelies (both are horrific facts of course!). Israel is supported by America and most of the western world and Palestine is supported by a handful of Arabic nations. Palestinian kids are being slaughtered because missiles are being launched from the vicinity of their schools. But we all should feel sorry for Israel. Can someone explain to me why?