Thursday, April 17, 2008

Early GTS

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I went to Suresnes for a 3-day training. Suresnes is just outside Paris, rather upper middle-class town. I like the flowers you can find everywhere in the streets. Each time I go there, I spend some time taking pictures. Standard people look at me wondering what on hell I'm doing :-).

Here are some examples of those plants:










Happy GTS all!

7 comments:

nikkipolani said...

Oh how lovely and sweet, Vero! I was hoping Paris was full speed ahead where spring is concerned. I'm traveling there in about a week. I love the shot you've taken with the shadow of the tree, almost shimmering on the street. The light there is beautiful!

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Allison Ann Aller said...

That last picture brightens my soul! Thanks...

Kerri said...

I'm glad you took your camera along. The spring flowers are glorious!
You've been busy! I hope you enjoy your visit with your daughter.
We just had a much-needed rain shower, and I'm sure the daffodils are smiling now. We need so much more rain so I hope we'll have more through the night.

Kylee said...

Wow, Vero. What a pretty place!

Pat said...

Oh, I love the photos in this post. I have an absolutely huge love for blooming trees, such as you are showing here. I love to embroider, so always see them as an exercise in French Knots!
Thanks for the view!! I will happily add your blog to my list of faves...Pat at birdnestontheground