June 04, 2009

{ travel with your eyes }

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Remember last week, when I demand you if you want me to share more “tourism-like” photographs loudly ? Mission accomplished. I hear you friends . thanks for your OUI encouragements. They are much appreciate.
The point is my ears keep doing this little buzzing – humming noise now … Do you think it is normal ? ? May I be responsable for causing a new blog related disease ??? a bloggie-tinnitus ??

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Ready for some “soul” voyage ? give me your hand, close your eyes … and let’s go .
Today I take you to the sweet comminges region … and more particularly to Saint Bertrand de Comminges. This roman and gothic charming village is considered as one of the most beautiful villages of france … The weather was a little cloudy, and the pictures don't really render how beautiful it is.
we are still like 1h30 to 2 H away from my home sweet home …not so far …

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A lucky pigeon … Do you know lots of people who have such a beautiful and residence … Well I grant you it is really hard and expensive to heat during winter time but still …
Yep, a lucky pigeon who obviously has expensive tastes too …

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lots of flowers are embedded in the century – old walls …P1160527

oh modernity …..

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I really laughed when I saw this … a digi code on the bishop’s sacristy door …well …why not ?

Did you enjoy this new collection ?

22 commentaires:

Sunshine said...

YAY for more pictures! Now I really want to come to France, if for no other reason than to bask in the glory of suck beauty. Thank you so much for sharing with this little Okie!

The Cottage Cheese said...

Oh, these pictures are gorgeous! Thanks so much for sharing. Although my city isn't very old (around 1850), the landscape surrounding this French village looks so much like my area. It's so green, with beautiful rolling hills and small tree-covered mountains.

You know, when I spend a lot of time on my computer (which is often), pressure builds in my ears and it's quite painful. Strange, eh? It's a good reminder for me to put the laptop away and go live in the real world for a while.

down and out chic said...

these are gorgeous photographs! a nice little escape from my office, thank you!

jen said...

these are just lovely, thank you for sharing!

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Simply Mel said...

Ahhh...the beauty of the French countryside. What a beautiful village, and I'll take the pigeon's spot, a perfect "bird's eye view"!

Thank you, Sabine, for a fun little escape.

mlle noelle said...

la Haute Garonne me manque BEAUCOUP :(

this village reminds me a little bit of Cordes-sur-Ciel, how it is up on a hill.

vous faites de belles photos; merci pour les avoir partagées.

ticklishfromadistance said...

Can I please have the house with the red roses? Can you work that out for me? I am drooling....

Sabine, La Marquise des anges said...

sunshine > thank you katrina :) I am glad you like them... And you got me to check on my dictionary the definition of a "Okie" !!! :)

the cottage cheese > does Tennessee looks like my region ? that's fun to know ...it sounds really lovely ...how is the big foot - need a haircut bird ??

down out and chic > glad you like them Christina

> merci merci Jen and Simply Mel ...

Mlle Noelle > you have got to tell me more ... je suis contente qu'elles vous plaisent ... dites m'en un peu plus :) :) vous avez attisez ma curiosité

ticklish from a distance > I will see what I can do ... you can count on me :) but then you will have to endure my presence from time to time, as I would certainly often come over for a cup of tea and to have a few rose buds :) :)

Southern Girl said...

Wow, that is absolutely gorgeous! Looks like a place I hope I can visit some day. Thank you for sharing.

Pixel Wild Child said...

Absolutely lovely! doesn't matter at all it was a cloudy day... the pictures look great, the village must be a great place to visit...

Kristin said...

Beautiful!! I want to come now!!

{kara} said...

what a wonderful post! like a mini vacation. Beautiful! Merci Beaucoup!

count it all joy said...

These pictures are just gorgeous. I love the digicode on the sacristy door. Hope you had as much fun taking them as I had looking at them. Meredith.

~ ennui ~ said...

"give me your hand, close your eyes … and let’s go." oh' you've taken me back......your my best friend and I'm nine years old. Love your writing and where you take us. I'm hooked.

DolceDreams said...

Sabine,
What an exquisitely beautiful job you have done on your blog and your etsy shop...I LOVE the little tour, and all of the amazing photos. You have exquisite taste all the way around!
Nathalie
p.s. cannot wait to get my shirt! I will let you know....

My name is PJ. said...

Sabine, these are GORGEOUS! I love the history and the texture and the charm. For us here in the good old USA, the only truly old things are in nature, so Europe is a treasure trove. Thanks for sharing! Keep it up! OH - if you want to come to the east coast of the USA, you are very welcome to come and stay (we have lots of room) and cook! Heck yes! That new kitchen would love some French cuisine! Seriously!

Sunshine said...

So were you able to find the definition of "Okie"?

wanderingmoonpr said...

Thank you so much for this beautiful journey my eyes and I have just been on! I love your photos; they're like water to a thirst heart.

Ian said...

Oooh Sabine how lovely! I especially like the second photo, the selective depth of field works really well.

Irene said...

Oh my goodness, these pictures are amazing. I can't wait to be done with college and start traveling.
I think I've lived in concrete, cold cities for so long, I miss european country side. Thanks for posting those...

THE PARIS HOUSE said...

I wish I jump through my computer screen and be in France

 
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