Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Wednesday Doorway: parfum divin


Yesterday was rainy and cold but the sun came out in the evening so I stopped on 'wisteria street' in Montreuil neighbourhood. Can you smell this divine scent?
I am so fed up with having to wait until midnight to manually publish my posts that this one is going up early and I will correct the date tomorrow morning if Blogger cooperates! Update Wed. 8:00 am: done.

Hier il a plu toute la journée, puis le soir le ciel s'est éclairci, aussi je me suis arrêtée "rue des glycines" à Montreuil.
J'en ai tellement marre d'attendre minuit pour poster manuellement que ce soir je prends de l'avance. Je corrigerai la date demain matin, si Blogger se montre coopératif ! Mise à jour, mercredi 8 h : fait !

29 comments:

Andrew said...

Wonderful to see your Wisteria blooming already Mine i only just producing leaves.

Olivier said...

tu postes tot ;) tu prépares ton voyage.

Superbe photo de Glycines, demain je poste aussi sur des glycines mais pas les memes ;)

Olivier said...

bon on peut pas l'eviter quand il y a un post avec des glycines

"Sur le mur y avait des glycines
Sur le mur y avait des glycines
Toi, tu portais un tablier bleu
Toi, tu portais un tablier

Toujours le nez dans tes bassines
Toujours le nez dans tes bassines
En ce temps-là, on se parlait peu
En ce temps-là, on se taisait.

C’est pas d’l’amour, pauvre Martha!
C’est pas d’l’amour, mais ça viendra" Lama

Valerie said...

Delightful captures and yes, I can smell the heavenly fragrance of the Wisteria. Thanks for sharing.

Lowell said...

Oh, yum! I think you have just become a photographer in the tradition of the great French painters. This is superb in every way - the compositions, the light, the color...

Michelle said...

I can just imagine the smell! Fabulous!

Robert Geiss said...

Ein Märchen !

Den Mittwoch schön dir.

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, this is so beautiful. I can just imagine it. We were in the south of France last April and the wisteria was wonderful.
K

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

We must be on parallel weather paths, it was really yucky here yesterday. The wisteria's are great against that warm brick and stone.

Regina K said...

I did catch a whiff of that lovely frangrance. Up til midnight to post, oh my!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

They do create a sense of fragance just in looking. Great capture.

Darryl and Ruth :)

Randy said...

Lovely. Cute dog waiting for a visitor too.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Wisteria is so charming and makes any building, fence, neighborhood more lovely.

Try this to change a date on your post: Publish post as you have done. Go back into Edit and reset the scheduled time to the desired date with 12:01 AM time. Click Update, and post should show up on your blog immediately as if posted on the new date. Comments are not affected. Discovered this by accident over a year ago and used it recently with the new Blogger format. Still works.

Pietro said...

Really sunny!

About Blogger, some days ago I tried the modern Layout Template for my blog, but it didn't satisfied me because some functions were not working, and moreover the HTML there is too strict. So I came back to the old dear Classic Template, which has not the "programmed posting" function (as far as I know).

Malyss said...

J'm le com d'Olivier! :o)
Wisteria Lane, c'est le nom de la rue où habitent les desesperate housewives!
ça sent bon d'ici!

cieldequimper said...

@ Pietro: I hate the new Blogger and am still on the old interface. I'm staying there as long as I can. As for scheduled posting, I've done that for 3 years now, in the old one, I wonder why you can't?

Halcyon said...

This is beautiful and yes, I think I can smell the wisteria from here!

PS: Since I've been on the new blogger interface, auto publishing has not had any problems. Are you still on the old one?

Doug Hickok said...

Ah yes, what a beautiful site! I love your images today :^)

Cezar and Léia said...

The schedule is not working for my blog as well. :( I don't know what to do in this case.

C'est magique,aujourd'hui c'est le Printemps pour nous toutes!Nous avons publié des photos avec des jolies fleurs!
bisous
Léia

Tanya said...

oh how i love wisteria!! beautiful photos! yes, now i am having trouble with the scheduled posts not working as well, blah!

JM said...

Beautiful wisteria! Blooms are long gone here.

Meghan said...

What a lucky dog to live in such a pretty place!
I have been forced into the new blogger, but scheduled posts have been working for me. Hope you get it worked out!

BaysideLife said...

That first photo is really excellent. It looks like a painting. And I love the dog in the doorway.

Blogger is driving me nuts also. I can't even post anymore. Keep getting a message about my browser is no longer compatible with blogger and I should try Google Chrome, which i did and it still won't let me post. GRRRRR

VP said...

I have no trouble with scheduling, but I really hate the silly new interface...

EG CameraGirl said...

The wisteria makes me feel so jealous! Oh how I could grow it here but we are one growing zone too cold! It's sooo beautiful!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

The first image is totally charming Ciel, love the lighting and the content so much. Haha I was thinking along the same lines as Malyss as in 'desperate housewives'!

LONDONLULU said...

How beautiful, love the light -- our wisteria isn't quite there yet and now I can't wait. =)

I've been having trouble with blogger posting too.

So funny you've a friend named Lulu in London (for us, it's a tribute to our bicoastal roots in both London and Honolulu)!

Leif Hagen said...

The perfume like smell must have been magical indeed!
Beautiful colors, too!

F.a l a i n said...

jolie ces deux photos