Quote’n photo

L 95

Cacti hurts if we treat them wrong.

If we would guide other people in a given direction
so we have to contact them where those people are
and not where we wanted they were
*Soren Kierkegaard – danish philosopher*

I guess we want it the same way ourselves.

3th leg of a ‘3-day 3-Quote Challenge – to lay up on screen a quote a day in three days
favorite quotes which have a greater meaning for us, often they are guiding lines for us.
The inspiring challenge comes from the heart-warming blogger Suyash Chopra

Hopes other will feel for catching this line and take the challenge too.

In the mood for summer

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Maybe the snow is missing now in the area around Mont Blanc and Chamonix
but so those two hikers can enjoy the walk among the fauna and flora in summer mood.

And see things which disappears in the winter mood like waterfalls.

Always look on the bright side of life
*Monty Python*

Our mood is like a spiral and self-reinforcing – whether it goes inward or outward.

2nd leg of a ‘3-day 3-Quote Challenge – to lay up on screen a quote a day in three days
favorite quotes which have a greater meaning for us, often they are guiding lines for us.
The inspiring challenge comes from the heart-warming blogger Suyash Chopra

Hopes other will feel for catching this line and take the challenge too.

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Look up

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One of the biggest misconceptions is the belief french Chamonix is only winter sports.
A winter visit is really “hot”, but a summer visit is life a bit the paradisiacal way.

Aim for the sky and you’ll reach the ceiling.
Aim for the ceiling and you’ll stay on the floor
* Bill Shankly – legendary scottish soccer manager*

Our life is too important, leaving in the hands of people we don’t trust.

1st leg of a ‘3-day 3-Quote Challenge – to lay up on screen a quote a day in three days
favorite quotes which have a greater meaning for us, often they are guiding lines for us.
The inspiring challenge comes from the heart-warming blogger Suyash Chopra

Hopes other will feel for catching this line and take the challenge too.

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Spotted

L 96

A little humble boat, most likely with only the very most necessary amenities.
Noticed it when we sailed from Algajola to Calvi along the corsican northwest coast.
But we saw clearly that a lot of pro photographers take great interest in the ship.
These paparazzi probably can “smell” celebrities from afar.
Even when they hide in small humble “sink-ready old tubs”.

A walk in shadow of history

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Relaxed mood at fishing part of the port of Calvi, a north northwestern corsican port.

My inspiration comes from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
A  walk looking for nothing and for everything without hurry.
The old city of Calvi has a large role in the history of Corsica and the Republic of Genoa.

It was during the english navy’s siege of Calvi in 1794
that the english admiral Lord Horatio Nelson lost the right eye.

.According to history, the famous explorer Christopher Columbus was born in Calvi.
But he tried to keep it hidden, coz the reputation of the city and the island at that time.
It wasn’t the best in those circles into which he wanted access.

Tourism and the Foreign Legion garrison are both vital for the area.

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The Légion étrangère 2nd Parachute Regiment is based in the citadel of Calvi
so climb not the fortress wall, they need no guard dogs up there.

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Music, food and wine are each magnificently together priceless.

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The rough nature is only a stone’s throw away, for those who can throw these big rocks.

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