Thursday, 7 October 2010

Au-dessus du graffiti...

Howdy folks, I'm back, thanks for your comments while I was away! In desperate need of new photos so there will be a few August and September pictures for you in the coming days, maybe even older ones. This is the sculpture that sits snugly right above the graffiti I was showing you on Theme Day. I have no clue who this is... I wonder if it's Marie-Antoinette...
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Coucou, me revoilou ! J'espère que vous allez bien et vous remercie pour vos commentaires pendant mon absence ! Je manque cruellement de photos fraîches, il faudra vous contenter de photos d'août et de septembre, voire de plus anciennes en attendant que j'aie le temps d'en faire de nouvelles. Cette sculpture se trouve juste au-dessus du graffiti que je vous montrais pour le thème d'octobre. Je n'ai aucune idée de qui il s'agit... Je me demande si ce n'est pas Marie-Antoinette...

24 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Welcome back! A marvelous piece of marble artwork!

Jacob said...

Well, I think I blew it. I feel much like Marie-Antoinette must have felt looking out the window at the Seine...disconsolate that she made so many egregious errors!

So, who'd think you'd be posting while you were in the PNW? Not I!

But it's nice to have you back even if you don't know the person who you busted on your blog!

I know you had a great time and I'm looking forward to your photos from that beautiful area...

Hope that all goes well!

Woody said...

I'm sure it's good to be home! You know, I have some photos I have ready from the same time frame, but I always seem to trump them with something newer.

It's a beautiful sculpture.

Bob Crowe said...

Welcome back to regular posting. I'm sure you had a good time in our Northwest. Could this be her majesty? The style of dress is so informal. Maybe she was out at the Trianon playing shepherdess.

bfarr said...

Beautiful...she almost looks like she could take a breath.

Randy said...

Welcome back! Lovely sculpture!

Kaori said...

Bienvenue! Happy to have you back! I actually thought the statue was a man at first...oops ;D

Malyss said...

Bienvenue à la blogmaison!:)
M.A. en bergère, peut-être..Qu'importe, la statue est très jolie.
Bon courage pour la reprise!

VP said...

Welcome back, take your time, we all post preserved pictures sometimes. I do...

Paulie said...

Hmmmmm, I thought she lost her head. . .

you mean you were HERE and didn't tell me? Oh well, you came to see the guy who is important I reckon. I have a new blog because I have no camera and am using my favorite benches, many of which were never published yet.

http://benches4paulie.blogspot.com/

Cezar and Léia said...

Welcome back chérie, I've missed you so much!
I'm curious about the pictures from your trip!
hugs
Léia
*** I'm not blogging so much because I'm doing French classes during mornings and evenings.

Small City Scenes said...

She's Back!!!!

Welcome home. MB

Francisca said...

Bienvenue! A good start...she looks like she had character, whoever she is. was.

brattcat said...

I think she was watching for your return. Now we are all happy. Welcome home.

SRQ said...

Welcome back. You'd never imagine there's graffiti right below her. Hope you had a nice respite.

B SQUARED said...

I think you were posing for an artist while you were gone. This is product of that sitting.

Halcyon said...

Whoever it is, she has a cool hat!

Glad to have you back. I missed my daily dose of Versailles. :)

EG Wow said...

Glad you are back, Ciel, and I hope you had a wonderful time away!

Jacob said...

Bonjour! Re your comment on The Villages...those two guys were much younger than a lot of people...but both the town squares in Spanish Springs and Lake Sumter Landing are open to the public, so you'll often seen a lot of young people in these places (especially at certain times of the year when they're visiting grandparents)...

tapirgal said...

I don't at all mind pix from the past. This is lovely. And I join everyone - welcome back!

Loree said...

Welcome back. A nice little sculpture.

Per Stromsjo said...

Good to see that local vandals have stayed away from this sculpture.

Ain't no place like home, right?

JM said...

What a contrast!
Welcome back! :-)

Louis la Vache said...

We missed you! We are happy you are back!