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Monday, May 26, 2008

Mother's Day in France

Yesterday was Mother's Day in France. These flowers are for all the mothers all over the world. (Click on photograph to enlarge)

Hier, c'était la Fête des Mères en France. Ces fleurs sont pour toutes les mères du monde entier. (Cliquer sur la photo pour elargir.)

(I'm sorry about the Bay to Breakers post, it got tangled up when I was uploading additional pictures the other day. I guess it's best to keep these posts as simple as possible, otherwise it's pretty easy for things to get tangled up. I'll try to straighten it out soon and republish. In the meantime, feel free to check out my little Bay to Breakers Animoto Video here.)

(Désolée pour l'article sur Bay to Breakers, je l'ai endommagé en voulant mettre des photos supplementaires. Des fois, il vaut mieux faire le plus simple possible car c'est trop facile d'embrouiller les choses dans ces petites fenêtres. Je vais essayer de le reposter le plus vite possible). En attendant, je vous ai mis a disposition une petite Video Animoto sur mon photoblog.)

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Blogger AphotoAday said...

Beautiful shot!
I'm sure my mother would have loved it too.

6:36 PM  
Blogger Abraham Lincoln said...

I like the photo of the poppies. Rabbits love them here and so do mosquitoes and honey bees.

3:40 PM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

Thank you for the compliments! Coming from accomplished photographers like you both, it certainly means a lot to a beginner like me ! :)

3:07 PM  
Blogger claude said...

Merci ! Elles sont très belles ces fleurs, Mille excuses, je suis en retar sur ce coup là ! A bientôt le 6 pour mon post sur le DDay.

2:44 AM  

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