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You receive a gift that is bittersweet and makes you nostalgic. What is it? Photographers, show us GIFT. The City you knew The love you lost The love you found Before darkness fell… Photo: Bouquinistes, ©Joseph Jeiter, 1930
Photographers, share an image that says MEMORY.
I am tickled pink at receiving the Sunshine Award from a much admired blogger, writer and Dominant Master, Sir Joseph McNamara (@JMcNamara4), grand financier and world traveller who hailed from New-York City and his magisterial fortress. Being in the company … Continue reading
“La liberté n’offre qu’une chance d’être meilleur, la servitude n’est que la certitude de devenir pire.” ~ Albert Camus Perhaps one day – how far in the future is a matter for speculation – it will be suggested that parthenogenesis … Continue reading
Reims The Remi, a tribe of the Gauls, founded you as their capital a century BC. By 260 AD you were Christian. In your cathedral, Notre-Dame de Reims, many Kings of France were crowned. In 496 Clovis was baptised on … Continue reading
Your face has come to us across three millennia, in a halo of mystery and staggering beauty: you were the daughter of Zeus, king of the gods, and Leda, also known as Nemesis. In Sanskrit, your name means “the shining … Continue reading
Femme, de Marcel Rochas Marcel Rochas created the perfume “Femme” in 1943. Suffice to say that some of the most beautiful women in the world have worn, are wearing and will wear “Femme”. Suffice to say that the most beautiful … Continue reading
Dolomites ~ Dolomiti ~ Dolomiten The Dolomites are an alpine mountain range of North-Eastern Italy, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. It is said that part of the Dolomites are the last genuine wilderness left in Western Europe. … Continue reading
Les Cévennes They are a mountain range in the South-East of the Massif Central of France (les Cévennes are part of the Languedoc-Roussillon administrative region). Their highest peaks are Mont Lozère and Mont Aigoual, respectively 1699 and 1657m high. This … Continue reading