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MD 04/11/20 21:34

Silver Squirrel  .....  I used to drive through Grenoble twice a year minimum.  I once made the mistake of going on a small cable car that take you up to a high point so that you can look down on the town. I've often stayed in hotels here.  I absolutely love the place.   There's a paved area near the train station that is actually a fountain ......  jets of water blast up from what look like small metal grids sunk into the slabs.  That's all well and good when you know about it.  We made the mistake of being near one of the "grids" just as the fountain was switched on.  I have so many wonderful memories. 

Silver Squirrel 04/11/20 19:47

My first trip abroad in 1973.  Good memories of family and friends.  

ella scott 01/31/18 08:18

Oh! Amagazing snow

MD 01/14/17 22:47

Hahahaha!  Well spotted.

Rain Shadow 01/14/17 22:24

Some creative writing in the snow.  I see it has been modified a few times, looking at the stills.

MD 01/13/17 22:14

Skiers will be pleased.  :D

Rain Shadow 01/13/17 22:03

Amazing snow.

MD 11/14/14 17:18


CAROL SCARBOROUGH 11/14/14 17:12

Lmao, Actually I would prefer 45406 feet.

MD 11/14/14 17:08

I think spiders do an amazing job spinning those webs. With a glistening of dew on them they are like works of art. Carol... very specific with those feet... how about at 45404?  LOL

Mira.... we'd be knee deep in all sorts of insects. I say "Go spiders!"  :D

Mira Bilis 11/14/14 17:03


CAROL SCARBOROUGH 11/14/14 16:59

I don't mind spiders when they are 45405 feet away from me, lol.

Mira Bilis 11/14/14 16:16

LOL Carol ... you need to get over your aversion to spiders ... just think how many more flies you'd have to deal with without them.  ;D  I'm sure that web is tiny ... just very close to the lens making it look big.  :)

CAROL SCARBOROUGH 11/14/14 14:46

Ewww, look at the big spider web on the night stills!!


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