Frequenters of my blog will know how much I love a French chateau - but you'd have to be only an inch high to visit this one because guess what....
.........it's only a model! This Loire Valley 'Chenonceau' is just one of the iconic landmarks at..........
......Mini-Europe, in Brussels.
Good luck identifying the buildings and cities - I was scratching my head at some of them.
|You can't help laughing!|
|See the giant silver ball seeming to drift behind the Eiffel Tower and the roof of the Pompidou Centre? That's part of the Atomium which I posted about a while ago. It was from the top of the Atomium that I spied Mini-Europe - wow, I MUST go THERE - I LOVE model buildings!!|
|Some of them really are unbelievably realistic and well made like this Corbusier Notre Dame du Haut|
|That's Justin, my other half, I wanted some 'human scale' in the shot - he said not to mention him when I wrote the post, but too bad, he doesn't read my blog much anyway!|
|LOVE the people - so busy busy.|
|This P&O ferry must have taken a rather bizarre route across the English Channel as it's now drifting in front of the Royal Crescent in Bath (you can see the back of the terrace)|
|Look at the road - so cleverly done.|
|I think what's really funny is when iconic buildings get mixed up with other random places - here for example is the Houses of Parliament bang next to a North Sea Oil drilling platform.|
|What ARE these guys doing??|
|It was a November afternoon and it started to get dark - but then all the lighting got switched on which created a fantastic atmosphere.|