Wednesday, 25 February 2009

Waiting for spring II

All ready to be used, with the palace in the background! Sorry for the poor quality photo.
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Prêtes à l'usage avec le château en toile de fond ! Désolée pour la mauvaise qualité de la photo...

29 comments:

Guy D said...

Looks like a scene from a wedding movie, great shot. I am very impressed with your photography skills, I just had to add you to my followers list.

Have great a day!
Guy
Regina In Pictures

DaveM said...

Its that time of year when we are all waiting for warmer days to return. We have had a few tasters of spring, but there can still be a sting in winters tail yet.

Olivier said...

après un dur labeur, les chaises ont le droit aussi a un moment de repos. superbe idée de photo.

m_m said...

This period between the winter and the spring is always difficult:). I like the colour of the trees on your photo.

Juergen Kuehn said...

My first impression:
ballet ensemble at palace garden.
Juergen

PS. You offered an excuse - Why?

cieldequimper said...

@ Juergen: because when you click on the photo it isn't particularly crisp and clear.

Hilda said...

The sleepyhead chairs are just waiting to wake up! ;) Hope it won't be too long!

Fio said...

Oh... very optimistic title...
In Poland is still deep winter :(

alice said...

Mais je lui trouve beaucoup de charme à cette photo...

waldviertelleben said...

very nice photos, very nice blog.
austrian-greetings

Marie-Noyale said...

Elles ont passe l'hiver ainsi ou viennent de revenir..
Un endroit hors du tumulte qui doit etre un petit havre de fraicheur en ete!!

Vogon Poet said...

Just found your blog, like your photos and posts. I'll be back! (It's not a threat)

Gwyn said...

Greetings from Juneau, Alaska!
It has been such a joy following your blog. I can't wait for spring to arrive.:)

Clueless in boston said...

Nice shot. On first looking at the photo I thought you deliberately gave it a "painterly" type texture. I like it. No apologies necessary, the majority of us are not professional photographers and that is part of the charm and strength of the CDPB community.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

gorgeous photo. It looks like a painting. I am glad you are enjoying the Arabian horses on my website. Thanks for your encouraging comments.

Cergie said...

Joli fouillis que ce soient les frondaisons ou les chaises. Un petit brin de soleil et cela va redonner vie à tout ça...

Petrea said...

I love this. Most of us don't usually see the palace in its every-day, casual setting, with plastic chairs. Wonderful!

Bergson said...

repos des chaises avant une nouvelle saison

Marguerite-Marie said...

j'aime toujours ces photos de chaises, de banc vides, mélancolie ou espoir.;;les deux de belles photos vraiment!

Arnaud said...

Je me vois déja bien là bas sous un petit rayon de soleil en train de me siroter un petit truc ...

Tammie Lee said...

This image has a strong feeling of a story. Wonderful.

Jacob said...

Is this the Versailles palace? Very beautiful!

cieldequimper said...

@Jacob: yes, that's one tiny, tiny bit of wall of the huge, huge palace!

Dottie Jo said...

Thank you for visiting my blog - I love yours! My dream is to visit France some day, especially Paris. Of course, Versailles would be on my list of sights to visit. I've bookmarked you so I'll be back!

Per Stromsjo said...

How many weeks will it take until people are sitting by those tables enjoying the sun?

Dusty Lens said...

Soon we shall see spring weather!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It tool me a while to see that they are chairs all piled up. ;-) It sure will be wonderful when we can sit outdoors in warm sunshine. ;-)

Juergen Kuehn said...

Oh no! It' a trick ;) I used a monopod.

susieofarabia said...

You live in such a beautiful part of the world!