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Normandy trip- The Mulberry harbour.

As request by Chris here are the photos of the remains of the Mulberry Harbour at Arromanches; Dad and I visited on the Tuesday of our holiday. 216 more words

Pont-Audemer

Pont-Audemer is one of the prettiest villages in Normandy. It doesn’t get nearly as much attention as some of the others, but it sure does deserve it. 59 more words

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Sarissa Precision Ruined Houses

In my mission to speed up my village building and supplement my very slow scratch building process, i could not resist buying some more MDF kits. 524 more words

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Baby's first trip: a road journey through Normandy

When my cub celebrated two little months of existence in the real world, we parted into a small quest in the North of France. Leaving Brussels behind, we roamed during five hours until we finally arrived in Caen, Lower Normandy. 327 more words

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La Baie

In regards to birding the bay was a disappointment, but the view of the endless beach and sky was glorious.

December 2017, Baie du mont Saint-Michel

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Fences and Gates

While in Normandy, France, in October this year, I took many photos of fences and gates. I could have taken photos of the famous Utah and Omaha beaches, the war monuments or the cemeteries, but I preferred a series of fences to express the vastness and loneliness in the countryside. 11 more words

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Bella & Mulberry Harbour @ Arromanches

On the beach at Arromanches-les-Bains, Normandy, there were gigantic remnants of WWII.

A huge chunk belonged to the once harbour could be reached on foot during the tide was out… 450 more words

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