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Lovers' Deaths Brings Healing Spring at Homer Watson Park

THE LEGEND OF OROMOCTO SPRING

IN ATTIWANDRON PARK—CRESSMAN’S WOODS

By Walter Cunningham

Twenty-Fifth Annual Report of the Waterloo Historical Society 1937

In the misty past, Iroquois Indians hunted game in this region. 765 more words

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Alice's Adventures Underground @ The Vaults

Vous avez déjà rêvé d’entrer en immersion complète au Pays des Merveilles comme Alice? La compagnie des Enfants Terribles a pensé à vous.
Did you already dream to go for real in Wonderland just like Alice? 475 more words

Art

Mixing my hobbies

Recently I had the opportunity of mixing two of my hobbies by putting on a small public display at the Napoleonic reenactment event at Ickworth House, Suffolk. 308 more words

Wargaming

Reflection upon an image

The last minutes of Napoleon at Waterloo?. By Carlos Rilova Jericó

There is no agreement about how Napoleon faced his defeat in the last battle fought by him: Waterloo. 395 more words

The Obscure Camera

The camera obscura is a fun thing to play in – it is the tourist-site attraction with the dark room – in which you see a rather dim image of the outside scene projected upon the back wall from a tiny lens or tinier pinhole in the front wall. 230 more words

Cameras

Devon on Danks - Waterloo, Sydney

Devon by Night

COMPANY & AIM

Andrew and Temika – Andrew arrived in Sydney that night and it was late and raining, we wanted a nice meal that was close-by. 613 more words

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The most famous Ball in History.

The Duke shall go to the Ball.

Colonel Colquhoun Grant was Wellington’s most trusted intelligence officer. Call him what you like, spy observer, secret agent, he got the job done. 2,741 more words

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