Wordless 40

 

El Djem – Tunesien – Oktober 2000

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24 thoughts on “Wordless 40

  1. Hi,
    I love ancient sites, they always amaze me, all the work that went into the architecture of the buildings, way back in those days it took a lot of work and a lot of talent as well.
    I would love to go to Tunisia, there is a lot there that I would love to see.

  2. When I watch the “Gladiator” by R. Crowe for the first time …I was like “wowed” when the initial scene showed the coliseum in all its glory. Amazing. But then there’s the hard history behind it, about the blood , tears and the life lost…of the freedom taken from ordinary men and women by the powerful of the society. Very moving in so many ways. Thanks for the trip down the memory lane. Happy Valentine’s Day. Wishing you and your love ones all the love and joy.

    • Do you know, that parts of StarWars were taken in Tunisia? 😀 You can still visit it. Gladiator is a great movie, I think it shows pretty well what happens that time to a lot of people…Wishing you all the best, hugs.

  3. I so feel like going to that arena and fight for my freedom … yeah, like Gladiator’s story. Seriously, ruins like this one are so pretty and profound for me because they are the roads to transformation. It gives us this sense of hope.

  4. Jetzt hab ich auch das Foto von Dir und Shaman gesehen! Da geht ja ganz schön die Post ab… Und Du mit langem Haar. Tragen sozusagen beiden Pferdeschwanz! 😉
    Ein sehr schönes Bild! Ist das ein Westernsattel? Würde zum verdorrten Hintergrund passen. Wie in Amerika… 😉

    LG Susanne

    • Ich hab immer lange Haare 😀 Aber das bezeichne ich noch als kurz..Bis ich knapp 20 war, waren meine Haare ca. 1 m lang 😀 Oh ja, wenn Hotta und ich erst mal loslegen geht s ab 😀 Shaman wird western geritten, daher auch der Westernsattel. Ich mag ihn lieber als einen englischen, aber dass sie bequemer sind, ist ein Vorurteil 😉 Liebe Grüße

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