Horses always fascinated me by their elegance and beauty as well as genteelness and their ability to feel and sense people. I haven’t come too close to a horse yet perhaps because I’m still preparing for that wonderful moment but for now here are a few glances I’ve exchanges with them in my trip to Maramures.
The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse’s ears. ~Arabian Proverb
Anytime one is on top of this hill there is a overwhelming feeling of gratitude to be part of this beautiful town called London.
Primrose Hill was once part of a great chase appropriated by Henry VII. Residents that have lived here includes historian AJP Taylor, painter William Roberts, philosopher Frederich Engles, poet Willaim Butler Yeats..
Picnic is a must on this hill !!!
A 22° halo is a halo, one type of optical phenomenon, forming a circle with a radius of approximately 22° around the Sun, or occasionally the Moon (also called a moon ring or winter halo). It forms as sunlight is refracted in millions of randomly oriented hexagonal ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere. The halo is large; the radius is roughly the size of an outstretched hand at arm’s length.
Many ancient societies, including the Egyptians, Indians and Romans, used a circular sign to suggest supernatural forces, such as angels, at work.
I wonder what angel was looking down at me ?!)))