Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Motion


.to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: « Motion. » Having a house on the beach is a wish lots of people have, including me. Looking at the sea, as the tides go up and down, feels like paradise. But, most of us do not realize how this motion of the sea is also killing the shores worldwide,…

Weekly Photo Challenge – Rule of Thirds


I am not totally sure whether or not this picture is a good example of the Rule of Thirds. When I took this picture, it made me think of how we see people. Do we stop at what we see or do we go further, much beyond what we see, to the true essence of the person we are looking at…

Québécois, bonne St-Jean 2013


En ce jour de la fête nationale des Québécois, je souhaite à toutes et à tous qui veulent vivre dans la paix, dans le respect des traditions québécoises et surtout, dans le respect des êtres humains, hommes, femmes, enfants, homosexuels, noirs, blancs, jaunes, rouges, bonne fête ! Merci Manon de nous avoir reçus chez toi pour…

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge : Beyond


Note aux lectrices et aux lecteurs de ce blogue Ce billet est en anglais seulement, car il me permet de pratiquer ma deuxième langue. Aussi, il répond à un défi anglophone lancé par WordPress. Merci pour votre compréhension. Note to my English viewers I am a French speeking person. With the WordPress challenges, I practice…

Weekly photo challenge : year 2012


        Here are a few pictures I took during 2012.  You will notice that the people in my pictures are very few.  Not that I did not encounter people during 2012, but because of the law on confidentiality.  Many people using the Web do not know that  using a picture of someone we can recognize without their…