Sunday, 16 January 2011

21/12/2010, le lieu


On 21 December 2010, this is where I spent the evening: the royal chapel at the palace. Why? Well, there is a huge clue in the first photo...
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Le 21/12/10, j'ai passé la soirée à la chapelle royale du château. Pourquoi ? Ben il y a un indice très fort sur la première photo...

26 comments:

Jacob said...

That was a very important date for me, too!

I very dense. The only thing I can figure is that you were part of the orchestra!

Lovely place. We were not allowed in when we visited...next time!

Re your question on Ocala DP: No, I didn't ask their permission...I just took the pic.

Kay L. Davies said...

Beeautiful!
There must have been a concert on December 21.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

andrew1860 said...

I love this chapel! This is the place Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI was married. I have never saw it with modern chairs. I hope the concert was great!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I assume you were in the orchestra, or narrating the performance, or conducting the orchestra, or enjoying the performance as a spectator.

I am sure this was a special evening. We have enjoyed several concerts at St. Chapelle in Paris, but never in the chapel in Versailles.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

gorgeous. now i want to hear the music

bfarr said...

Lovely setting. Maybe you are a musician and part of the performance that evening?

Woody said...

Wow, what a place to see or participate in a concert! The fresco is amazing!

Randy said...

Bet it was a wonderful evening. How beautiful.

Jack said...

Well, from the music on your blog, you love classical music, and from the seating in the first photo, music is going to be played, so you were at a concert!!!

(I will leave it to the others to figure out your role . . . conductor, performer, photographer of the performance, music critic, stage manager, or that revered role, audience member.)

T. Becque said...

How heavenly that must have been. I dream of being in an authentic atmosphere like this.

Dina said...

Orchestra and singers? Must have sounded heavenly in there.

Malyss said...

Woaw, quel lieu magnifique! Beauté impressionnante!On est dejà dans l'ambiance avec ta bande-son..:)
la prochaine fois que je viens lire ton blog, je mets la robe de soirée!

Winchester Daily Photos said...

Such a beautiful setting

Gunn said...

You must have been singing or playing an instrument.
What a FANTASTIC place!!

Sharon Van Lieu said...

How beautiful! As everyone else is wondering, I am too. Were you in the orchestra or...??

Sharon

Kaori said...

What a gorgeous building to fill with music! How was the concert? :-)

Halcyon said...

I hope the concert was good! I bet the acoustics are nice. What a beautiful spot for listening to some classics.

VP said...

Bach, Oratorio de Noël?

Olivier said...

bon ben comme tout le monde, cela sent le concert a plein nez. j'espere que c'etait avec les orgues

Diane said...

We never got to see inside the palace on our visit. It was a lovely day and so much to see outside! Good reason for another visit. xxx

Cezar and Léia said...

Got goosebumps just imagining the sound of this organ, it must be heavenly!
God bless you!
Cezar

Ann said...

These are beautiful organ pipes.

Loree said...

It must have been a concert. Wow, lovely setting.

EG Wow said...

I bet it was a wonderful concert!

Small City Scenes said...

Did you attend a concert or perform there? I bet it was just wonderful. Beautiful palace of course.
Did we marry you? MB

Alain Alexandre said...

La musique nous invité dans un belle ensemble.