Here’s a few more blog carnivals for you to enjoy;
History Carnival, December 2008 edition. This blog carnival focuses on history, both recent and long past history.
Europe Travel, 1 December issue. This blog carnival is crammed with lots of travel photoessays, and lots of gorgeous images, too.
Berry Go Round, issue 11. This blog carnival features one of my images, isn’t that cool? I am pleased, of course!
That’s Blog, 29th edition, a blog carnival that focuses on .. writing a blog!
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