Thursday, August 20, 2009

Shalom Arshav

5 comments:

Marie* said...

Le bonheur de la mer, au petit matin... J'aime beaucoup la lumière de cette image, calme et posée. *

Peggy said...

Une scène cinématographique.

Ton regard vers le large, tu montres le chemin à ton petit.
Pardonne moi Isabelle ma Psychologie de comptoir.
Les vagues régulières
Les pieds dans l'zau
D'autres enfoncés dans le sable
Je vais encore trop loin
T'embrasse

trinsch said...

had to check out your blog when you wrote you're in tlv right now. i lived there for 6 years until we moved to a moshav up this winter. but i still love that city.

i'm in denmark right now, and i am - as always - a little sad to be leaving family and friends behind, which i will next week. but seeing your photos helped me :) it reminded me what i love about tlv and israel. they are beautiful!

oh, and yes, tlv in august is crowded. we used to live in a small street just next to gordon beach, and in august i felt like i was in another country, we'd hear more french and english in the streets than hebrew :)

btw: the other blog of yours... is that a photo from paris compared with a photo from tlv? my french is pretty sad (non-existing) and i didn't really understand, just thought it was very pretty.

...and now i'll end the longest comment in blog history.

Maggie May said...

shabbot shalom

did i spell that correctly? :)

ronan said...

ça c'est de l'art de vivre ...