Join 52 other subscribers
- Al-Andalus Creations
- Barnacle Goose Paperworks
- Beach Bungalow 8
- Belle Lettere
- Buzzing with Ange
- Chamomile Barn
- Chinti and Parker
- Claire Fordham
- Clarks Picks
- Claude Mediavilla
- Clear Lake Reflections
- Daddy Papersurfer
- Denis Brown calligraphy
- Designers Depot
- Diane CA’s Metamorphoses
- Diane's 365 Photo Project
- Digital Photography School
- Divine Diary
- Drawing in the Back Room
- Eve Bonham
- Full of Secrets
- Gale Rainwater
- GTA (aka Gavin Aldred's) website
- GTA on MySpace
- I Dream Electric
- I’ll never forget the day I read a book
- I’m With Sully Design Studio
- Jean Larcher
- Jen Stark
- Lady Banana
- Life, homesteading and everything
- Lunes Bijoux
- Markeff’s Boudoir
- Nanny Goats in Panties
- News from Nepal
- On the Table
- Painting a Day
- Paulo Coelho
- Perpetual Plum
- Pierrepoint Gallery
- Renny BA’s Terella
- Simon Read
- Spin A Yarn
- The Coolhunter
- the iseenblog.unsaturated
- The Political Cat
- The Struggling Writer
- The View From
- Thomas Henry Fine Art
- Type is Art
- Whitespace Contemporary Art
- 362,413 hits
By the way….
My blog is worth $358,482.90.
How much is your blog worth?
Oh Diane, I am envious and you know you deserve it ;-) I love the Fondation Maeght, I hope I’ll manage to get there again some time in my life. BTW, I always thought it was pronounced “maaght” (with a slight hiss in the pharinx). But maybe that’s like the Beyeler – heard different pronounciations of that, too.
Sounds like a very nice trip and I’m looking forward to see more pictures!
I’m so glad you’re baaack!
Nice looks magnificient; you’re making me actually want to travel!
I think the jelly babies are quite fascinating. No new art form is without criticism.
There’s a show on Animal Planet in the U.S. called Meerkat Manor. Do you get that in the UK? It’s a bit silly, but fascinating…sort of an animal reality show (but not as bad as human ones since meerkats aren’t mugging for camera exposure). ;)
I must ask dh to put some cogs (sprockets) in our salad next time he makes one. LOL!
fabulous photos … how blue was that sky?? :-)
I love meerkats, my partner calls me one as I’m always on edge!
Officially jealous now …….. I saw that first photo before I read what you did done wrote and thought, that’s nice …… and now that I did done read what you did done wrote, I know why ……..
Why are Giacometti’s so fascinating?………………….
[Linky love – muchly appreciated and glad you are back safe and sound]
[It’ll be a new URLy thing from tomorrow!!!! ……. I’m a tad scared ….. in a manly way of course …….. *grunt*]
Astrid – I had never heard of the Fondation Beyeler before but it sounds right up my street – another place on the list to visit! I hope you get back to St Paul de Vence – it is a magical place.
Teresa – glad to be back – sort of!
Yes , we do have Meerkat Manor – it’s narrated by lovely Bill Nighy isn’t it? I love Meerkats – such sociable little creatures and very, very cute.
70steen – it was very, very blue indeed – my favourite sky colour!
Hope your op goes well and you are up and running about very soon.
Lady B – they are the seetest little critters – I love the way one is always on guard!
DP – I did done wrote what I wrote because it reminded me of you – same profile – didn’t realise you were an regular visitor to Nice….
I only found out recently that the Giacometti men are all walking and the women are standing still. I also love the slinky dogs….
Is it going to be an early URL change? Don’t worry, we will find you wherever you are – you don’t escape that easily….
Mine 3 lol
thank you D ……deep breath as I go into the executioners chair.. but as for running? lol
Great photos and I love the Meercat. Good to have you back!
I had a pretty eventful day on my blog today, getting 670 hits (don’t laugh, my previous high was 400). Somehow, I got linked from Fox News for a silly drawing I posted the other day. Anyhow, that was the most conflict I’ve had blog wise. I’m spent.
That first sculpture there was spooky and cool.
SW – it’s good to be back. Sort of. It’s very windy and rainy here so tennis was cancelled and new puppy is getting very grubby out in the garden. It’s easy to have a little white dog out in France when the sun shines all the time :-)
That’s great news about the blog hits. Was that the ‘tortured writer’ cartoon you posted the other day? Very funny…
The sculpture is enormous and very imposing – the sheer scale of it is impressive.
wow – looks like such a fantastic trip! Great pictures!