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O, are ye a French or any French blood??? ye know, when i was in High School Mademoiselle Esguera used to teach us basic French languages... She would often ask me to start the class with a li'l prayer in french... well, those days were really interestin'... and with regards to my previous comment, i was actually to write the word 'carpe diem' but have decided to put it in English to make ye easily understand it... but a bit surprised to have found those lines with ye... so weird... anyhow,i was totally amazed with the things happening today... and i do love your capture with those clouds... very inspiring... thanks a ton for the kind comment you've left just a few minutes ago... cheers!!!:DTashi de ley!!! (it's a Tibetan phrase for "i honor the greatness in ye")au revoir,Kelvin
I have always loved spoken French. I took four years of it in high school but never met anyone I could converse with. There is much synchronicity going on in my world... connexions harmoneuse! Namaste
This is the most beautiful picture I have seen in a while...the blue skies, the clouds n the trees in the dark add to the charm...love this pic.... :)
Thank you Sumit! I'm surprised it came out as well as it did, considering it was shot through a car window at high speed on the Interstate.
You are welcome Wendilea. The shot really came out very well. By the way, what does the line in French mean?
It means, "the dancer leaps into the arms of her partner" and it is titled "Ballet of Clouds"
lovely ! thankyou !
Thank you and you're welcome! Have a lovely day!
Absolutely beautiful sky.
Thanks Becky... so glad I had my camera to capture the breathtaking moment!
Stunning. I could look forever.
thanks Megan! Those clouds were really dancing... it could have been a movie!
If you delete my first comment, I'll propose this one: So ballet-like, those dancing fog-bubbles.One of my first violin "concert pieces" was titled "Scene de Ballet" by De Beriot. All since then my VERY favorite musical moments were playing in the opera orchestra or, when the touring Peeps would come to town, playing the BALLETS. LOVED it!
Thanks Steveroni... love the ballet as well. We are all connected peeps! BTW I also enjoyed your first comment, you do always give me a good giggle! Enjoy your getaway!