One pic a day
Welcome to my amateur photographer blog, simply meant to share snapshots from travels, places, people, moments (that's a tough one!) - the small little things as well as the bigger ones...
The truth is, I love photography. And I accumulated about 5 zillions of pictures from my travels and encounters - and never really found a satisfactory way to share them. Until it just hit me one day (yeah, I'm like that) - why not making a new blog, just a photoblog? (luminous idea)
Oh, by the way, let me introduce myself: I'm a French girl "who lived in too many different countries to be really French anymore". Right now I live in Germany. My previous country of residence was Argentina. Nicknamed "Baguette" during my 2 years stay there by my workmates. And that stupid nickname stayed ;).
All the pictures posted on this blog are mine and right-click protected. If
you want to use one or more, you are more than welcome to do so - just contact me via the "Contact" link below.
Anyway - welcome again, make yourself at home and enjoy!
"Black & White" cookies ;) - October 2011
The last strawberries and raspberries of 2011 - Freiburg market, Germany, September 2011
Les dernières fraises et framboises de 2011 - marché de Freiburg, Allemagne, septembre 2011
Chocolate and Cinnamon cake // Gâteau chocolat cannelle
Cornes de gazelles :)
Would you believe me if I say this is one huge ice-cream composition from many flavours and extremely well done to reproduce the original fruits? A true work of art. When they started cutting it in fine slices from top to buttons, I could not believe my eyes. It was almost a pity to eat it but we just had to and it started melting... but delicious! That was in France in May 2011.
Me croirez-vous si je vous dis que ce gâteau est en fait une glace géante composée de plusieurs parfums et extrêmement bien "taillée" pour reproduire les fruits originaux ? C'est une vraie oeuvre d'art. J'étais assez scotchée quand ils l'ont coupé en très fines tranches du haut vers le bas. C'était une telle merveille que c'était presque dommage de le manger, mais il était en train de fondre - et c'était un vrai régal !