Monday, 13 March 2006

Some Where in Europe

With the windmills at Kynderdjik,Netherlands

International Court of Justice, The Hague



European Parliament,Brussels




















Brussels National Airport




















Brugge, Belgium
Big Ben , London


















Outside Louvre, Paris

3 Comments:

Blogger AlmaSeer said...

The palace in the last picture's background is just beautiful! I was hoping to go to France this summer myself; it's a lovely country. I just read the chapter from your book as well. I feel a lot smarter after reading it.
-the soul seer

14/3/06 12:18 pm  
Blogger abhay k said...

Dear Almaseer,
thanks for visiting my blog and reading a chapter.Would you like to share with me what really made you feel a lot smarter after reading that chapter?!
with best wishes!
abhay

14/3/06 6:55 pm  
Blogger The Gnat's Trumpet said...

Beautiful pictures all. I think the one of Mont. St. Michelle is the most striking (I know it is in a different post), but seeing Big Ben makes me long to return to England (I was born there but have spent only three weeks there since 1978 and none of those in London). I am jealous.

I've been reading through some of your archives and I think you have a very interesting blog, especially your idea about a unified southwestern asia, I wonder how that would change the dynamic in the world and what impact such a unification would have on the seemingly increasing religious separation and entrenchment.

I found you through the comment you left at PDS's site today, by the way.

Take care.

18/4/06 9:53 pm  

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