Tuesday, 11 March 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Rugged Coast...(thanks Dad!)

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  1. All credit to my daddy for these stunning pictures...(even the last one has style! - erm, not)
    The first few are of the Breton coastline (France), more precisely the Crozon Peninsula (correct me if I'm wrong, Dad), where we have a family home and have spent many a happy holiday over the years. Isn't it spectacular?!??!

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  2. What an amazing place to be! It is spectacular. You are exuding a certain style in the last photo! Blessings...

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  3. What beautiful views. Incredible. God bless.

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  4. At least you where tipsy near those cliffs. Wonderful photos. Happy WW

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  5. Now that is just beautiful. WHat a place for a hioliday. I hope you didn't have too large a hangover. Happy WW

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  6. Was that Albany that you went to. Looks familiar to me. Happy WW! :)

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  7. WOW, you are very lucky to have a family home there! It's beautiful!!!

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  8. How totally beautifu.
    Poor you in the last photo, you don't look like your having fun at all :(

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  9. What spectacular pictures!
    Thanks for sharing I really enjoyed them.

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  10. You look miserable in that last one - I hope the party was at least fun :)

    The pictures are absolutely beautiful!! I'll have to visit that area the next time I go to France.

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  11. Great landscape shots - and looks like you had a painful New Year's DAY.

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  12. NB: have removed the silly one at the end of this set, as I felt it spoilt the gorgeousness of the first pictures somewhat.

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  13. These photos - of the Crozon peninsula, you're right - were taken last week, just before the storms. Maybe the great arch of the Château de Dinan has collapsed by now...but I doubt it. The Creator knows what he's doing, and a bit of landscape photography is a sort of high-tech way of saying thank you. NB the sloping horizon in photo no 4 is the photographer's fault, not the Creator's. NB2 These arches do in fact sometimes collapse in storms, such as the famous one in Morgat (Kador) which succumbed in 1972. Maybe on such occasions the Creator has something to teach about the difference between things which are really solid and lasting and things which just seem solid. Thanks for posting these, I feel really honoured!

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  14. I meant photo 3, for the bad horizon; but you can also add photo 5 (the tiny and picturesque village of Lostmar'ch). Sorry! Must learn to straighten up!

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  15. Dad... I don't think the horizon line in photo 5 is bad, I think it's 'arty'!! I love it, or I wouldn't have posted it ;) Thank you for your wonderful and humble explanations. I love you, you are wonderful :)
    XXX

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  16. You know what, Mrs Wibbs? I love you :-) You're great. And I will post about the lovely day we had together very soon, I promise!

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  17. oooh, gorgeous! i love coastal pictures! happy ww!

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