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Carnivale mask-like Juliet balconies, Casa Batllo, Barcelona, Spain.
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Posted by Tara Bradford on 31 October 2008 at 12:49 | Permalink
2008 election, Barcelona, Casa Batllo, McCain, Obama, politics, UNESCO World Heritage site
Oh those balconies do look like Carnivale masks! Fabulous photo. Even though its not celebrated much in France, I hope you had a very happy Halloween~xo
01 November 2008 at 10:29
you surely could hardly wait to post those balconies for halloween :) they are amazing like so much of what you brought back on your camera from spain!
oh that last campaign clip is what might just swing the vote. even some staunch republicans don't want to think that the new president is sitting in the lap of the man who has stripped this country clean of everything that matters! well at least i think that...what is this.. other people don't seem to think like me... i just don't get it.
robin bird |
01 November 2008 at 02:59
I was just emailed a piece of news regarding a renewed Obama pledge that directly affects me and my mother's side of the family. France recognized the issue long before I was born. So I made a photo for my blog's sidebar.
Canadian for Obama/Biden 2008
01 November 2008 at 02:32
I've Participated and made calls for Obama....the least I could do. The scariest thing this Halloween is Palin. Gag me with a spoon! OMG she'd send women's rights back to the dark ages. I will leave the country if that happens.
01 November 2008 at 01:28
The youtubes are scary!
I'm afraid of attack adds.
They spook me.
I must wear my garlic necklaces now for a few days!
Sending you wishes for a bewitching Halloween friend!
31 October 2008 at 21:51
Ha ha! Nothing like a little bit of "Day the Earth Stood Still" to illustrate a point. (Although that's a great political film shrouded in sci-fi to get its message across.)
31 October 2008 at 20:43
HI Tara... just popping in to say hey. We've got our fingers and toes and paws crossed here for Obama. If he doesn't win I don't know what I'll do. (Maybe go live in a van down by the river...)
I'm finding some of the attacks and smears absolutely unbelievable -- so much so that I just have to read TBogg or Sadly No! just to keep laughing at them.
Hope you're well.
31 October 2008 at 17:50
That is pretty scary! I love the masks.
Boo! ; )
31 October 2008 at 17:50
I love the balconies. Have a jolie Halloween!
31 October 2008 at 17:06
Tara hi, your post is politically correct!
31 October 2008 at 15:59
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