Home Village in France September 11, 2008 by Béa Home Village in France A different culture. A different climate. A different country. I am now in my home village in France, Busy picking apples, Playing with Ortie the cat, And taking walks to meet the cows. Tomorrow, I will bake an apple tart.
I love that photo of the apple and the ladder. What a lovely home town.
Beautiful photos, especially the church steeple through the field of flowers… sigh…
What a lovely place to live. Love your photos 🙂
Can I come visit? It looks so lovely there…
je suis jalouse!
Superb! I always enjoy your pictures of home!
I love the apple photo too and Ortie! The apple photo is sooooo Garden of Eden in my eyes. Thanks for sharing!
Oh my heart shaking to look at your panoramic photograph! Beautiful … very beautiful….
I always tell my husband that I want to spend my old day in France, somewhere in the village of France. I hope my dream will come true!
Home is where the heart is, and what a heart-warming place that looks to be.
I love the picture of the black cat … it looks like a male and he is absolutely gorgeous!
You are one of my awardee today. Bien mérité.
What lovely photos!! I found you via “hidden in france” — I now know why she listed you as one of her favs!!
Beautiful. What region of France is this?
great shots and lovely text to go with, como siempre. and the apples are starting to appear on this side of the atlantic, too – yippee!
These photos have brought the travel bug back to me… oh to be in France again, rather than at work!
I adore that last shot with the apple and ladder – great framing and DOF. Bravo!
Quelles belles images! Beautiful and inspiring photos, as always! Merci!
What a beautiful place! I love the photo of the cows and the apple and ladder photo is really outstanding. Guess where I’d rather be now? Do you need any help with the apple tart…..?!
J’y suis aussi… en France, cad. Quel bonheur de retrouver la famille, les amis, la cuisine de mémé (ahAH… j’ai même repris l’habitude de mettre des accents sur mes “e”)
Passe de bonnes vacances Bea!
how i wish i was there with you bea… lovely countryside!
I love it. Like someone said above. I’m jealous too! Seems like the apple tart is a natural progression from playing with cats and going to meet the cows and I so enjoyed that last sentence: “tomorrow I will make an apple tart.” You can’t believe how much I wish I could taste it right there where you are. It won’t taste the same elsewhere.
So very beautiful! Thank you for sharing the photos of your home. I can’t wait to see the apple tart! (Ortie is one beautiful kitty and those cows definitely look like ones you would want to meet!)
Ce “chez toi” ressemble étrangement au Québec… Serait-ce la Normandie?
Superbes photos, Béa ! Un beau contraste de couleurs. Profite-bien de ton séjour en France. J’attends avec impatience que tu nous racontes votre expérience en Grèce 🙂
Ca ressemble au village de mes grands parents! Tu nous tente avec tes surprises (wink,wink!). Tes parents doivent se regaler de t’avoir pendant quelque temps!
OH… It’s lovely.
Wonderful pictures! Which part of France?
Hi hi everyone,
Thanks for your comments! It’s really great to be back home at this time of year — even if it’s been raining on and off! A change from Crete! The region is Lorraine, and the district is Moselle — eastern part of France. Lots of forests, fields, lakes and cows here 😉
I love the cat. He remembered me of my beloved cat Kymi….
Nice photos Béa. Isn’t it wonderful that autumn is right around the corner? I made apple strudels today.
Quelles jolies photos… J’habite les USA maintenant depuis près de 30 ans mais je n’ai rien oublié.
Your pictures are so beautiful!
I envy you!! What a love place and home to come home too!! Isn’t that what most of us want? A place to get away from all the hecticness, craziness and fast pace of our everyday lives!! What bliss.. going back to nature, the countryside, the country life, the simplicity.. Enjoy your days there!!
I love all the beautiful pictures you take, they’re so inspiring. I’d like to put a link to your blog from mine if you don’t mind. Thanks!
Bea, your home village is so tranquil… and I’ll imagine your apple tart going to be very lovely as well!
How lovely-thank you once again for sharing your gorgeous photos.
magnifiques tes photos!
I love your photos !
Wow. Those are some amazing photos. I especially like the black cat. There’s something really engaging about the way the cat is looking at the camera.
I noticed that you’re an expat, so I thought I might mention jaxtr.com, which offers low international calling rates. I hope that’s helpful info, and thank you for posting those beautiful photos.
C’est quoi le nom du village ?
C’est ton regard qui ne nous donne que le meilleur….
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Beautiful photos. I like the church with field of flowers.