Sunday, March 14, 2010

The beach of Houlgate







I am finally trying this new lens I got for Christmas....

30 comments:

Marion said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
La première est folle!! Ca me fait penser à Coco avant Chanel, pourquoi ? je sais pas, mais j'adore. Ca a un côté aristocrato-romantique...

Christine said...

je les aime toutes, pas mal ce cadeau! Bon dimanche

Ida Nielsen said...

Beautiful place and pictures. What kind of lens is it? Wide angle?

elisvermeulen said...

good clouds and good colours reflected on the beach. thank you for posting.

HomeCollection. said...

Oh la 1ère photo est une vraie carte postale!

merel said...

Wow its great!! Love the houses and the beach specially the combination of those! Looks so good that I just want to be there for a moment. Thanks to you I can be there ...on distance...but I can see it and almost feeling it! Thanks for sharing!

Elisabeth said...

This beach is so beautiful, especially the buildings on the foreshore, I can hardly believe they are real. They are real, aren't they, Elisabelle? Did you stay in one of them?

Gali said...

Super joli.

trinsch said...

stunning!

between7and9 said...

Gorgeous!!

Bichos da Matos said...

I'm glad you finally did:)They're amazing, superb colors!

kenza said...

Magnifiques photos! Cela fait très "Les dâmes de la côte". Bonne semaine et bisous!

kukka-maaria said...

What can I say! Lovely pictures! ( I have a "new" flash for my camera. (New = a couple years old) I've used it only few times. Sometimes trying new things and equipment just takes a little more time... ;)

.kat. said...

What gorgeous scenery Elisabelle!
Something tells me you and your
new lens will be taking many strolls
making wonderful photos together.

Jodi Anderson said...

Oooh, I'm liking your new lens. All of the photos have a dreamy quality about them, but I especially like the first and the second from the last.

Have fun with your lens!

Magdalena said...

Ohh my...where is that beautiful, magical pleace!?
I´m in love with this imagenes!
Lots of love
Magdalena

Arctic Mum: said...

I love Normandie, wants to go back all the time. The beaches are fascinating! Me and my friend Bente were interrailing there many years ago, we had so little money left that we ate bread and cheese for a week.

jane said...

stunning!!

Ulrika said...

oh what a beautiful place!

Lollipop said...

juste magnifiques ces photos là,... oh waouw, vraiment,
take care.

kristina - no penny for them said...

these are so beautiful.

they look like a film set, really. a bit 'les parapluies de cherbourg'...

Lucy Fields said...

they must be good. the photos are beautiful :)

Hannah Sadie said...

These are gorgeous! I love the first one, the detail on those buildings is beautiful.

P.K said...

Fantastic photos, a beautiful beach, and great lens.

janis said...

I've never seen such elaborate architecture so close to the beach like that...how unusual and wonderful :^)

l i s e said...

magnifiques
bonne semaine

Brit said...

These are beautiful! I remember going there with my mother and sister a long time ago... the houses are so beautiful and magical! Love the pictures of the beach!

Angie Muresan said...

One expects the most fascinating characters to step out of those houses. Beautiful!

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

And you are making it work oh so well.

marie said...

On a au moins dû te le dire 30 fois puisque je suis la 31e, mais la première est somptueuse. Ah que de souvenirs d'enfance ici...