Idyllic Luxembourg


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30 thoughts on “Idyllic Luxembourg

  1. La campagne enchantée! ça fait du bien de voir ça quand on habite en ville..
    Bon début de semaine! bises de Nice!

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  2. The first photo is my favorite with the cows grazing around, surrounded by all the dandelions! Beautiful shot 😀

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  3. Bucolic and serene. These could be scenes from the U.S. midwest. Look at those sheep – woolly! A wonderful series and “idyllic” is certainly the right word to describe them!

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  4. Hi Leia – re your comment on The Villages: Both “downtowns” – Spanish Springs and Lake Sumter Landing have market squares with gazebos. There is live music and dancing every evening, year round (except, or course, when it storms or is bitter cold – which can happen on occasion!).

    We visit every once in awhile and it's always a lot of fun. Drinks are 2 for 1, also, which is nice.

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  5. It does look very green and rural — and there is a varied mix of farming. No boring monoculture here!

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  6. That certainly is idyllic. I love all these shots. The pasture with wildflowers and the cows is so soothing and beautiful. I always love to see bales of hay in a field and the shots of the sheep and horses are great.

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  7. Black and white cows, a field full of flowers, sheep fat with fluffy wool, rolls of hay (?), a herd of grazing horses — do you realize that I have never seen any of these in person?? They all look so wonderful! Thank you for sharing these scenes with us.

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  8. All so lovely. I can't believe the sheep's spindley, little legs can hold them. “Ewes not fat…ewes just fluffy!” Beautiful!

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  9. Even if already the cities over there seem quite idyllic, it's really nice to see that there is also a really idyllic countryside!

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  10. My oh my..

    Always dreaming of living in a farm, someday..

    But then I'll have to sell all of my photography gear, haha..

    Nice reading your blog, Cezar, Leia..

    Shalom!

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  11. I'm just catching up on your travels.
    This series is so great – the 1st one reminds me of Switzerland (is that possible?? 🙂
    I love the different scenes you've combined together for a real feel of the countryside.
    (The sheep bring back another memory of seeing newborn lambs jumping around their mother on a field near to where we lived…they were really darling.)

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