Monday, 20 April 2009

End of the holidays


I am back from the Westernmost part of France. It was a lovely week which involved a lot of reading!
For those who are interested, I'll be posting pictures of the holidays on my other blog.
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Me voilà de retour en région parisienne. Ce fut une semaine agréable au bout du monde, qui me permit de prendre le temps de lire !
Pour ceux que cela intéresse, je posterai des photos finistériennes sur mon autre blog.

28 comments:

m_m said...

Welcome back!:) Nice calm photo!

Vogon Poet said...

Nice composition, fine reading en anglais...

greensborodailyphoto.com said...

Glad you are back and that your vacation was restful. Yes, part of the fun of this blog is sharing local culture with the world and learning from others. Hilda shares to much about the Philippines. What an education. If you look at the books with our post today, you will see that we even publish books on learning what to say to attract/inspire people on the church marquee!

Jacob said...

So nice to have you back in town...missed you much!

Glad you got to catch up on some reading; that's my favorite sport!

Nice shot here...are those your glasses?

cieldequimper said...

@Jacob: thanks! And yes, those are my glasses!

Cezar and Léia said...

We miss you!
Welcome back!Happy that you are fine!
Léia ;-)

Clueless in Boston said...

All good things come to an end, but we're all glad you're back. Have a great week.

Bob Crowe said...

And reading English, I see! Carolyn and I are so sorry we missed you when we were in Paris last week but I hope there will be another opportunity. France is a delight to us and I'm sure we will be back.

Marie-Noyale said...

Welcome back sous le ciel de Paris!!
Je vois que tu lis la Femme de Paul Auster ,Mon preferé d'elle est "What I loved".
Je vais aller voir tes photos de "notre" Bretagne.

Olivier said...

j'adore partir en vacances avec des tonnes de livres en retard, c'est le bon moment pour faire baisser la pile ;o))

C.T. said...

Lovely picture....abs. lovely!!!

alice said...

Qu'as-tu pensé du dernier roman de Siri Hustvedt? Comme Marie-Noyale, j'ai préféré le précédent. Bon retour chez toi!

Frankie / Nick said...

Welcome back,sounds that you had a very relaxing holiday, will look forward to seeing your vacation photos. Love the composition of this one.

Catherine said...

Bloguer ou lire, il faut malheureusement choisir, avec ce qui nous reste de temps !
Contente qu'à ton retour, tu aies fait le choix de rester avec nous.
Nous sommes prêts pour de nouvelles découvertes.

Cergie said...

Une très jolie photo qui te symbolise : tes lunettes, la fleur et le livre... en anglais ? Je me suis contorsionnée mais je n'ai pu lire le titre...
(Je me suis remise au tricot, après mes trois ans de blog, pour le bébé de la fille d''une amie)

Natural Moments said...

Beauty can be seen and appreciated when we truly relax into the moment.

B Squared said...

Very nice way to reenter.

Dusty Lens said...

A pleasure to spend time reading and relaxing.

Juergen Kuehn said...

Hope things find you well and you had a great start in work.
This image is a really fine photo-art.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Welcome back. A week of reading sounds like heaven to me. ;-)

Christopher Raun Leth said...

Welcome back. Hope you enjoyed it. And a very nice shot you come back with :-)

Per Stromsjo said...

I've got an exam coming up so reading is very much on the agenda here as well. Fortunately I've got some vacation time coming up too. Will follow your example.

Russ said...

Very nice still life.

Becky said...

Beautiful still life shot, my friend. Tres belle!

Boise Diva said...

Welcome home!

PERBS said...

I like tha collage!

Neva said...

Glad you had a good time....love this shot!

cieldequimper said...

@ Alice et Marie-Noyale : j'avais lu "What I Loved" à l'époque et j'avais adoré. Il faudrait que je le relise pour faire la comparaison, j'en suis bien incapable maintenant.