Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Vive la France!
















The beautiful lakes and meadows,
the Alps with their majestic height;
the people, the pastries, the flowers,
France - you've been a delight!


71 comments:

  1. Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i am meeting with such glory of France for the very first time dear Amalia!

    always watched fancy city views but this is so SPLENDID and STUNNING :)

    i just want to explore the beautiful gorgeous sights shared in your post my friend because they are powerfully appealing !
    thank you so much for the treat to eyes !

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  2. A place I'll very unlikely ever get to visit so I thoroughly enjoyed your photos.

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  3. Such a beautiful place... Thank you for the gorgeous photos.

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  4. It's a beautiful country indeed !!!!
    Have a shinny day !
    Anna

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  5. OUI.♥The countryside and small towns.Oui.

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  6. Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing with us. I like that is countryside and not city life.

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  7. Beautiful photos! I love the countryside of France. Merci!

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  8. Great pictures. We're looking forward to Le Tour!

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  9. I feel as if I've been to visit these not-so-often-seen views of France through your post, without the sore feet! You must have had a grand time and tasted delicious foods. I enjoyed it all!

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  10. Oh, beautiful! I love that you showed places we don't always get to see in travel photos. I am going to save this page to my laptop so that when I go home I can enjoy them again! Thank you for sharing, Amalia. xSusan

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  11. Gorgeous views and yummy looking food. I love the bushes that look as if they're straight out of a Dr. Seuss book. Glad you had a wonderful time. xx

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  12. You always capture France beautifully <3

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  13. Beautiful places, gorgeous photos:)

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  14. What wonderful photos! I would LOVE to visit this part of France -- I especially love the photo of the woman with all the children and those colorful buildings!

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  15. So beautiful, what a lovely trip, the views are outstanding. I love the photo of the kids and the Elsa backpack. Disney is the universal language!! Ha!!

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  16. I love this post, Amalia! As always, your photography captures the heart and spirit of each place you visit. I especially am fond of the first and last photos. Oh, how the colors in each of them spoke to my heart. I need to fill my home with the color palette in the first photo, I think I now need some yellow flower pots and a blue watering can outside my door. Perfectly lovely. Thank you, my friend! Hugs, Nancy

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  17. It is a beautiful country. Have a good day, Diane

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  18. Beautiful images of a most beautiful country, Amalia. Such a variety of colour and shape. I always enjoy seeing the architecture and old buildings. Glad you had a good trip.

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  19. Exquisite, Amalia!
    I always love seeing France from your eyes. Thank you for sharing with us.

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  20. Wonderful pictures!Thanks for sharing!

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  21. Dear Amalia, what a nice pictures! When you will go to Alsace? Have a good stay in FRance:)

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  22. Oh my goodness, how beautiful! I am not traveling anywhere far this summer, so it's fun to see where others are traveling!

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  23. Your trip to France looks so nice and I enjoyed looking at your pretty photos.

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  24. Bonjour! We love going to France too. Fine words indeed. Jo x

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  25. Simply wonderful, Amalia! Your photos are so lovely...you transport me there!

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  26. Oh how darling! Pretty as a picture. Love the photos and the colour palettes of your Alpine summer. x

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  27. Such fabulous photos! From the architecture to the food to the beautiful scenery!

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  28. Fantastic photos, I love your eye for capturing people, places and food. :-)

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  29. Gorgeous photos! I hope you had a fabulous visit! Love and hugs sweet friend!

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  30. Hello, Amalia! WOW! Beautiful scenes and photos. Looks like a lovely place to visit. Enjoy your day and I wish you a happy new week!

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  31. Very nice. Thank you for sharing.

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  32. Oh, I enjoyed seeing your France photos, Amalia. I smiled at the picture of the children with their backpacks, cause I just bought Francesca the cutest unicorn backpack. She's at the perfect age for one. The mint colored door with the floral design is charming. Look at the rolling hills, how groomed they are! That raspberry tart looks amazing. And there's just something about that last picture that spoke to me. : )

    Happy July days, Amalia.

    ~Sheri

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  33. Wow that is wonderful, beautiful scenes, looks like a wonderful trip! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Beautiful scenes from France. Looks like a great holiday! Have a happy week!

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  35. What a lovely post, Amalia!!
    Whenever you visit, you can find your world, that makes me so happy always!!
    Beautiful Alps, lovely people, cake, and lake...I feel those atmosphere:)

    akiko
    www.akikohiramatsu.com

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  36. Such wonderful photos, Amalia. As always, your series of photos of landscapes, beautiful details and tasty treats is a winner.
    One can see the weather was hot. :)

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  37. Acabo de conocer tu blog y todo lo que veo en él me ha gustado. Tienes muy bellas fotografías.

    Te agradezco tu visita y comentario en mi blog.

    Saludos desde España.

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  38. Beautiful photos from France and what a lovely vacation Amalia!

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  39. Lovely pictures! WOW! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  40. What a lovely place. Beautiful landscape, architecture and a lovely dessert. The Dishing It & Digging It is transformed into “ Love your Creativity.”

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  41. Amalia, what a beautiful sights. I saw the Alps once from the side of Geneva. Love these mountain views:) But also the details like the scrumptious raspberry dessert, the chicken, and the street views. Am glad France still has, what I know of France instead of what I hear in the news. Great to see you back at All Seasons! Have a lovely summer week:)

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  42. nice post, like it :)
    do you like to follow each other?

    https://styleoflifet.blogspot.com/

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  43. Hello Amalia,
    so nice fotos of a wonderful country. I have never been in France but someday I will visit this country.
    Have a nice week

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  44. Wonderful wonderful photos, love them so much!
    Look at mommy chicken, she is so pretty :)

    Thank you for sharing

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  45. Hello Amalia,

    Love France and it was great to see your photos of your visit there.
    Thanks for sharing and hope you are enjoying summer.
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  46. Beautiful shots! Thanks for the armchair travel.

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  47. A great variety of scenes from a lovely country! I'm glad you shared them with us.

    It's great to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!
    My Corner of the World

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  48. Oh what a nice post! I love everything :)


    Saw your blog and thought if you would like to follow each other? Follow me and I'll follow back asap. Let me know what you think. I'd love to hear something from you! :)
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  49. Wow. That first photo just pulled me right in! I was also intrigued by the kids' backpacks - Frozen and Minions - the world is a small place! Oh, and the raspberry tart - I would like one! Thanks for your recent visit to my blog!

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  50. Where are these photos taken? They make me long for a holiday :)

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  51. Interesting place. It's far from the crowds & congestion

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  52. It looks like you've had a wonderful time. Beautiful scenery.

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  53. ...your gorgeous images have taken me on a journey and I thank you!

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  54. Thanks for taking me to France with you - lovely!

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  55. I've never been to France, but when I was little my babysitter was a woman who immigrated to the States after World War II. Because she was sent to boarding school in England, she actually spoke with an English accent rather than a French one. - Margy

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  56. Ooooh, you lucky girl! Your photos are beautiful -- looks like you've had a wonderful time!

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  57. What a beautiful post!! filled with such beauty!!
    Thanks so much for stopping by!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  58. BEAUTIFUL....haha, had to laugh, I might have a dog standing at the front door wanting in but can't say I have ever had a chicken standing there..

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  59. Oh god, what awesome pictures !!! It’s as if I’ve been there myself ... Magically!

    MY NEW POST ♥♥♥

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  60. A fabulous post, I loved seeing your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  61. Beautiful photography! What an adventurous place to visit.
    xx Beca

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  62. Wonderful photos, Amalia!
    Have a lovely weekend!
    Hugs!

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  63. Very nice pictures! I would love to visit the Alps! Enjoy! xoxo

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  64. Hello Amalia,everything beautiful I wanted to know France too.Kisses

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  65. I have loved your wordless posts with photos loaded in the past from your various trips. Your gorgeous photos really don't need words to explain. Loved this series too. Charming and awe-inspiring.

    Brenda xox

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  66. WOW. France is on my bucket list so I truly appreciated your lovely pictures. Makes me want to visit even more. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm! xo Kathleen

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  67. France is beautiful and I think you truly captured it!

    With Love,
    Mandy

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  68. I have absolutely adored your French travel photos and keep coming back to view them. You have captured the gorgeous scenery perfectly. I love the folk art on the door - it reminds me of my grandmother's crockery which had traditional folk art motifs. She told me that her own grandmother was French so perhaps that legacy has come down the family. I can see the French influence in my grandmother's cooking so perhaps it was in her aesthetic as well.

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  69. Oh, such a beautiful place to visit ! I love these fantastic views !
    Greetings

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