07 December 2008

it's been one week since i came home to discover that color informal was named blog of note. thank you blogger, and welcome new visitors. 

this was my daily walk for one school year, in france. nice for daydreaming, with wild violets surfacing in the spring.

16 comments:

La Traductora said...

Thank you for your kind comments on my blog.
Votre photo c'est tres, tres joli! J"aime la France . . . et votre blog. Salut!

Lehnick, Kyle said...

I'd like to ride my bike down that lane of trees although it looks quite cold. Looks amazing.

Neo said...

congrats

as a lawn care professional I HATE wild violets. Have only found one herbicide in more than 20 years that works on them, and even then is hard to maintain control on the things. Very lovely flower it has yess, but they are a constant problem on manicured lawns.

enjoyed the post, thanks

inebriated said...

that was a beautiful walk to have everyday

virginia said...

i took this photo on a cold january day...many years after i took the daily walks.

wild violets...i grew up in the desert with tumbleweeds, and had never seen wildflowers.

goats took care of the grass.

sweetmilissa said...

your photos are unique, your walk in France looks like a beautiful walk except for the cold but the picture is sure to bring great memories. keep up the great photography, you are wonderful at what you do.

el lector said...

afortunada, es bellísimo

virginia said...

thanks

gracias

merci

grazie

PeacefulWmn9 said...

I've just discovered your blog and love everything about it. Kudos!

Karen

leahcar said...

i have just visited you blog for the first time, and your photography is absolutely beautiful.

virginia said...

big storm picture, via a link under my category "picture form", has some breathtaking photos of storms.

just discovered him today on blog of note.

beckiwithani said...

I am so, so not poetic. And this makes me want to write poetry. In lieu of me growing a poetic bone in my body, I'll just stare at this. :)

beckiwithani said...

Add to the multilingual "Thank You" list:

spasibo (Russian - I can't figure out how to put Cyrillic fonts in my comment)
danke schön
waa (I believe this is how you say it in the Aboriginal language of Lardil ... it has been a long time.)

Sorry for the nonsequitor comment. I was a linguist in a past life, and I'm bored. :)

virginia said...

a linguist...and below, poets.

http://www.charlierose.com/search/?text=%22poet+laureate%22

mourning_mucus said...

nice.......
it just has the feeling of lonely winter morning...
I wish I could take pictures like that.c

vinaythejackofalltrades said...

it's true that nature is capable of bringing out the hidden artist in us. your photograph has served as a fitting tribute to mother Earth and conveys a message to the present generation regarding conservation of our natural resources. keep up the good work :)

and by the way add these to your multilingual 'thank you' list ;)

"nandri" [Tamil (one of the oldest languages of the world)]

"kruthagnathalu" [Telugu]

"dhanyawaadh" [Hindi]


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