Monday, 9 February 2009

Saturday afternoon ride with the kids under snow laden trees

Promenade familiale du samedi après-midi, Avenue de Saint-Cloud, sous les arbres blanchis. Ceux du bout du monde (ou presque) remarqueront un petit Gwenn ha Du bien caché...


10 comments:

Frankie / Nick said...

Oh I am so surprised to see that you have all that snow. Looks like a picture postcard. Thank you for visiting our blog. Hope next time you will drop by instead of just flying by.

Bergson said...

Bien vu la remorque pour les enfants avec ça on tiens mieux la glissade

Clueless in boston said...

Kids (and dogs) love the snow, and the cold air is good for them. Nice scene with the snow in the trees, its almost magical.

élise said...

oh que je suis jalouse à Paname pas même une once de neige de ce type grrrrrrrr

Per Stromsjo said...

Must be great fun for the kids (and all involved). I was also surprised by your snow. Do you enjoy it?

Neva said...

the reds really stick out in this...our snow is melting.....

Neva said...

ok I should've said orange not red!!! still... a nice shot....

Marie-Noyale said...

promenade en paradant ses couleurs!!!

alice said...

Oui, je l'ai vu ce petit drapeau! J'aurais adoré promener mes pioupioux dans une petite carriole comme celle-là mais quand ils étaient petits, ça n'existait pas. Un peu dangereux quand même dans le flot de la circulation, non?

Bob Crowe said...

It looks so cold in France! We heard you had quite a storm yesterday with winds up to 150 km/h. Your photo tells the winter story.

Thank you for your recent comments! Sorry I have not said so sooner - very busy at work and my wife and I will be traveling the next couple of days. We will be in Paris in two months for our anniversary - might make it out to Versailles. I speak a little French - does your nickname translate as "clear sky"?