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CAPTURED PERFECTLY! <3
Très belle photo… Une touche de Printemps….
Tu as le don pour capturer chaque détail avec tellement d’élégance et de magie …
Every single photo you’ve shot on your trip is gorgeous madame. Did you partake of any of the fruit in the photo above?
Also: Is “Kashmir” by Led Zeppelin on your iPod? If not, it should be; Robert Plant wrote the lyrics after driving through southern Morocco on a long, endless road from Goulimine to Tantan. It would be the perfect road trip song for your trip!
Nice photo x
Garance, I saw you and Scott today @ Salt Galata. Somehow I was too shy to say hi at that moment but you looked absolutely gorgeous. I hope you have a great time here.
Etrange cet arbre qui porte encore ses fruits alors qu’il n’a plus de feuille ou pas, d’ailleurs. Je me rends compte que je ne connais rien du grenadier. Chouette photo. Merci.
beautiful photo, I always think of pomegranates as jewels of the fruit world.
Beautiful shot, the light is incredible!
Polly : it’s also one of my favorite fruits, I love the delicate taste !
Sylvie : même chose, je n’en avais jamais vues sur l’arbre. C’est très, très joli !
Cameron : Didn’t, and I actually really missed having more music on the road…
Thank you for the pictures !!!
Et puis ça sent tellement bon…
Such a beautiful photo here. It feels so good to see so much blue sky and sun when I’m drowning in Montreal’s cold and early sunset.
I didn’t know that fact about pomegranates, I love them though! And each seed is sooooo full of antioxidant goodness! Best of all is its taste though, in salads, on its, as a snack…and it is a beautiful fruit to boot! :)
La grenade est aussi le symbole d’un très talentueux designer libanais: Rabih Kayrouz!
Alors à quand une visite au Liban? C’est vraiment un pays extraordinaire en pleine ébullition créative!
On vous attend avec impatience ici!
J’adore votre blog c’est une vraie source d’inspiration et d’espoir quotidienne!
Vous êtes la preuve que si on croit assez fort en ses rêves, ils finissent pas se réaliser!
Really beautiful shot!
I remember learning about pomegranates in Israel — they are eaten on the Jewish New Year as there is a seed for each of the commandments in the Torah! (Approx. 613!)
It is also a fruit for those who have time: it takes really long to get the grains out! I used to love doing this between 3 and 6, mind you.
What a beautiful photograph!
Lovely pic. Very emotional for this time of the year.
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This fruit has many symbolic meaning in many cultures steeped in history!
This is a gorgeous shot!
Photo magnifique. Ce fruit est le fruit d’enfance préféré de mon papa né en Tunisie.
Une fan d’origine corse.
Là, je viens de découvrir comment ça pousse ces bidules ! Et je regrette de ne pouvoir les récupérer, elles sont en train de se perdre ! (pour nos petites papilles, s’entend)
A truly powerful fruit.
Beautiful picture, so delicate
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