Sunday, 7 August 2011

Seasonal, Scenic Sunday & Mosaic Monday


Instead of following the path that we usually take for our Sunday walk through the Normandy countryside this morning we headed in a different direction.


We crossed a low bridge in the village of Ecrammeville and walked along the bank of a tributary of the River Aure.

I was pleased that I had my camera with me so that I could capture the scene to share with the Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays

and Mary @ the little red house for Mosaic Monday.
I think that this house that I glimpsed across the fields looks a lot like ours!
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22 comments:

  1. Maggie,

    What a beautiful walk! Thank you for taking us along! Have a delightful week.

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  2. Maggie, this is scenic! I'll look forward to taking this walk along side you. Thanks for sharing these beautiful images. It looks so peaceful.

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  3. What a beautiful scenic view. Wish to walk here.

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  4. Glad to be here. It's beautiful and fantastic.

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  5. I love it when you share a walk, and this one looks lovely - lots to see along the way.

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  6. What wonderful images! I think my blood pressure just dropped 10 points.

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  7. How beautiful! I would love to take that walk too. It looks so peaceful and relaxing. Thank you for sharing these wonderful pictures.

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  8. These beautiful pastoral images make me long for a visit to the countryside. Maybe this fall....

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  9. Beautiful scenery and what a pretty place for a walk. Lovely photos and mosaic. Have a great week!

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  10. Oh, Maggie! These images belong in a beautiful coffee table book! :D I can see why you are so pleased with your camera because it takes the most lovely photos!

    xoxoxo,
    Ricki Jill

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  11. Well, I have traveled to England, Ireland, and Scotland. My roots are in England and I just recently learned that my distant relatives traveled with William the Conquerer from Normandy when he claimed the throne as the first Norman king of England in 1066. I am deciding that I must now travel to Normandy. I love your beautiful photographs. The countryside looks so charming and quaint, making me want to visit even more.

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  12. I remember that house I had tea in there recently when visiting Normandy!! I love to walk along by water it is so therapeutic, we walked along the water meadows in Winchester on Saturday and I felt so much better. Do the dogs like the water??

    Have a great week, Jackie in Surrey UK.x

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  13. It pays to take the other turn of the path sometimes. Thank you for a wonderful glimpse of the countryside that surrounds you. What a beautiful home!

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  14. Looks like it was the perfekt walk! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice week,
    Markus

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  15. Just catching up on blogging after a week away from the computer. I have throughly enjoyed browsing your recent posts and such delightful photos, thanks for sharing Maggie.

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  16. HI Maggie. You live in such a beautiful country. I love your photo's and mosaics. I love your house as I see it on your blog. Beautiful.

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  17. What a lovely stroll! Thank you for taking us along. I especially love the row boat photos. So charming!

    Have a wonderful week :)

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  18. Oh Maggie, What a beautiful scenic countryside. I would love to walk there with you. Love your images, just beautiful. How long will you have these wonderful days till your summers end?

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  19. Every shot is so breathe taking. Each could be framed. Great to have your post being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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