Sunday, 15 August 2010

Lost in France


Evening Light
Cassis
Provence

August 2010
© by Merisi


12 comments:

  1. Your Provence adventures are priceless. I really like the strudel recipe where you take down the flour jar...
    Wonderful photos and tongue in cheek.

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  2. Eek! Vertigo sufferers beware!

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  3. There's that lovely color again...

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  4. What a privilege to be "lost" in Cassis !!!
    Last year we (I+hus+kids) kayaked down that cliff ...
    Nice memories ... !
    Marie-Noëlle

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  5. Wow! Wish I were there!

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  6. What an incredible picture! I have followed your blog with great pleasure for a while now, but it's my first time to comment. Loved the 'digression' of your posts on Provence and cooking too! One comment, Merisi - I would love to see your photos in a bigger size (I know I can click to enlarge, but you have such talent as a photographer that it would be a pleasure to see them posted in a bigger format). May you continue to delight us, and meanwhile drop by sometime to visit my new blog!

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  7. Greetings from Provence!
    Thank you all for your kind comments!

    Karen:
    Welcome and thank you!
    Regarding the size of my pictures on the blog I am afraid I am not able to change that. I am still working with the old blogger format and simply do not have the time to change that.

    I share my images, freely, all I ask is that my copyright gets respected. Unfortunately, I have just recently again discovered that images from my blog are being stolen in such a blatant manner and in such an aggressive way - from people who then make money with what I have worked hard for - that I ask myself if and how long will I continue to publish them here on Blogger.

    Disrespect of other people's work and copyright - i.e. property, and especially of photographers' is happening every day on the World Wide Web.

    Taking copyrighted material off a blog is outright theft. I have to think about how I will handle it in the future.

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  8. Oh so sorry to hear.
    You could use Picnik (Free) to resize very quickly to say 480 x whatever pixels and add a copyright on top as well.
    www.picnik.com
    xxx.carol

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  9. How disgusting (stealing your photos). Hope you can find a way to stop them !!!
    Some people are very respectless... They can steal anything : photos, words, stories, ideas...
    UNBEARABLE !!!
    Marie-Noëlle

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  10. Wow. I am sorry that your gorgeous photos are being stolen. Hope you can find a way to thwart it.

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  11. Lovely photo. Sorry that you're having copyright problems....

    Paz

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