Thursday, 24 January 2013

Ramassage de bois

Walking away from the Swiss lake with some found wood...

19 comments:

LONDONLULU said...

Yes to more fuel for the (winter) fire! A lit fireplace would be especially welcome on this day. (Loved your Lizzie & Darcy comment! Recently read an article in which Colin Firth said when he was picked to play Darcy 20 years ago, his aunt admonished: Don't be silly, Colin, Mr. Darcy is devastatingly handsome and attractive:)

SRQ said...

Preparing to build a toasty fire? That must be one happy dog out on a walk with his two humans.

Michelle said...

Maybe the makings of a romantic fire?

Bob Crowe said...

The vignetting in this picture works well. It concentrates your attention on the snow and people.

Randy said...

Love this photo. Looks like a nice day for a walk.

Jack said...

You made a fine composition today, Ciel. The vignette border was a good choice.

Dina said...

Good that the kindling will not be wasted.
I'm enjoying your snow pictures.

Cezar and Léia said...

ahhh la neige est un super spectacle, j'adore cette photo. Le chien est tout content pour se promener sous la neige!
bisous
Léia

Bergson said...

il vaut mieux être prudent

Tanya said...

i love this photo :)

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I'm really enjoying the sequence. A toasty fire would be really nice right now (it's -10C here)

Halcyon said...

A nice little fire would do good in our -20c weather we've been having the past few days.
Nice shot of this "street" scene. :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A useful 'prize' to take home, warm times ahead..lovely image Ciel.

VP said...

I don't see much heat coming from that, but everything helps...

JM said...

I like the contrasts to the foreground subjects. Cool shot!

ALAIN said...

Pouvoir ramasser du bois dans le parc de Versailles, c'est peut être un acquis de la Révolution Française.

cieldequimper said...

@ Michelle: I think this duo was father and daughter!

Small City Scenes said...

Kindling is always good.
BTW: I imagine the Swan would be tasty. Only they are off limits here. I did run over one a few weeks ago. I was slowly going down a back road when two flew right in front of me and I braked and they braked and hit the ground just as I went crunch. I felt so bad. I called the wildlife people and they came and got him and I survived.
Whew!! MB

Tammie Lee said...

i wonder what they will do with the wood!