36 Comments

  1. adeline
    31/08/2014 / 8:58 am

    je reconnais l’endroit…. c’était vraiment chargé d’émotion et d’histoire, une belle journée

    • 31/08/2014 / 1:48 pm

      Je suis ravie d’avoir fait cette visite avec ma prof d’histoire préférée!

  2. Kim Carberry
    31/08/2014 / 1:57 pm

    Oh wow! That is just beautiful!

    • 01/09/2014 / 11:28 am

      Thanks Kim

  3. 31/08/2014 / 2:51 pm

    Gorgeous walk way, especially all the growth around the trees

    • 07/09/2014 / 1:30 pm

      I love a walk in the woods. Reminds me of my childhood!

  4. 31/08/2014 / 2:58 pm

    Always nice to see paths that lead off somewhere. Means there’s places to explore.

    • 01/09/2014 / 11:20 am

      Exactly! The dark path through the forest led to a bright spot covered in wild flowers!

    • 01/09/2014 / 11:18 am

      Thanks!

  5. 31/08/2014 / 6:06 pm

    The perfect path to mooch along on a Sunday afternoon!

    • 01/09/2014 / 11:14 am

      It was a beautiful yet eerie place.

    • 03/09/2014 / 9:03 pm

      Thanks Zena!

    • 01/09/2014 / 11:56 am

      I could not agree more!

    • 01/09/2014 / 11:51 am

      It was a nice walk with family and friends.

    • 07/09/2014 / 1:28 pm

      France is a beautiful country, isn’t it?

    • 01/09/2014 / 8:06 pm

      It is a beautiful place. Full of History.

    • 01/09/2014 / 8:07 pm

      My pleasure!

    • 07/09/2014 / 10:07 pm

      It leads to a field of pretty wild flowers.

  6. Victoria Welton
    01/09/2014 / 8:50 pm

    Don’t go into the deep dark woods! I wonder where that leads?

    • 01/09/2014 / 10:55 pm

      The woods are on the site of the old village of Craonne, which was completely destroyed during the first World War. It is a rather eerie walk…

      • Victoria Welton
        01/09/2014 / 10:59 pm

        It sounds it!

  7. 02/09/2014 / 10:02 pm

    Looks like a beautiful place for a walk. Where is it?

    • 08/09/2014 / 9:22 pm

      It is in Picardie (France). The woods are where the old village of Craonne used to be. It was completely destroyed during the 1st World War and only a few tombstones from the old graveyard are left.

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