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14 April 2009



Those colors! Gorgeous ramparts. Plus I'm intrigued by the little farm houses in the top photo. Maybe I can get some eggs, butter, cheese, and peasant bread from the farmers for a nice picnic on that luscious green grass.

Tara Bradford

It is a gorgeous place - both the valley and within the city's walls. All the streets are cobblestone and there's so much beautiful - and very old - architecture. xoxox

Tara Bradford

Thank you for the kind words. Montreuil-sur-Mer is a gorgeous place, rich with history. I'll be posting more photos soon.

Tara Bradford

It is a wonderful place; very quiet and beautiful.

Tara Bradford

No, Jeanie, I'm afraid it's the opposite direction from Normandy. But you must see Normandy, even if it's just a day trip. The light there is amazing - not to mention the beaches and the history.

Tara Bradford

Thank you, dearest Gill. I will be posting more photos of Montreuil-sur-Mer soon. xoxox

Tara Bradford

Thank you for the kudos, dear TB! The entire city is walled and it is a fascinating place.

Tara Bradford

Thanks, Di. It was my third visit there. A lovely and peaceful place, with a couple of terrific antique shops! :)

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Yoli, thank YOU for the lovely compliment! xo


I want to lay there on one of those hills. I just want to take it in to the fullest. So cool!
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A Cuban In London

I didn't need to click on the photos to enlarge them because I was soaking up that green the moment I strolled on to your blog. Your new header is fantastic and the writing and images are as mesmerising as usual. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.


This is gorgeous. Northern France -- we are going to do a one-day to Normandy -- is that near there? I HAVE to get a map and spend some time googling! It is simply gorgeous! I love the history and tidbits you impart with it! Les Mis, huh? Pretty cool!

A Fanciful Twist

Tha valley is just where I want to be, in its green splendor. I can travle their through my imagination and your photos! xoxoxo

Gillian da Silva

Those lush green hills are just what I need! What an incredible view.

I loved the photos in your banner and had always wondered where they were taken.

I will go explore the internet for more information about this lush medieval place.



Tara as a huge lover of fortresses, this to me is one of your most beautiful of posts and pictures. Thank you.

Di Overton

Ah so this is where you have been. Looks gorgeous!


What gorgeous greenery and sense of history. So very far far away from here. Lovely photos.

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