Friday, September 11, 2009

Marvel

We leave tomorrow to visit The Marvel.

But it seems to me (and I am very lucky), that the world is full of marvels. Without going out of my door...






13 comments:

julie said...

Indeed, it is full of marvels for those with eyes to see.
I love that first one - it almost looks like a dragonfly's wing :)

Bee said...

Will you be staying in the commune or just visiting for the day?

Zhoen said...

Ah, I would like to visit both places.

HLiza said...

You inspired me to take pictures of those lighting again..Have fun!

Lucy said...

Thanks people.

We're staying in a cottage outside a village called Roz-sur-Couesnon, just across the polders and salt marshes. The are views and walks taking it in, but there'll be more room for Molly to play!

Rosie said...

have a good time...there is fun to be had singing notes in the chapel with its 5 second reverb

Dick said...

Looking forward to the pictures from the visit.

Barrett Bonden said...

How careful you are to photograph round your kitchen. But I may beat you yet. After a while there'll be a kitchen-shaped hole in the photographic coverage of your house from which I'll be able to infer many things. Careful about the tides when you visit The Marvel.

Rouchswalwe said...

Ah, to go where the tides are as swift "as a galloping horse." Very nice spot. Have oodles of fun! And take lots of pictures for us!

Meggie said...

I agree, it is not the distance in miles, it is the distance in your space!
Enjoy your break!

Jean said...

J'aime beaucoup cette lumière .
Les bleus sont splendides .

Avus said...

There is always something to enjoy (and photograph) if you have eyes to see it.
Enjoy the break.

marly said...

You are good at the world's architecture writ small!