Photo of the Day – Bastion of the belief

Saturday, May 26. 2012.

Mont Saint – Michel at dusk, France

Photo by Yann Le Biannic

According to a quote this mountain which rises from the sea is similar for France as the Pyramids for Egypt. Unfortunately the Abbey of the Mont Saint-Michael is in captivity of the silt and the sand. Because the small Couesnon river can’t carry away the lots deposit. Should to revive the river and stop the silt up that the roaring of the sea will become audible again…

Photo by Jean-Yves Palfray

The charm discreet of Normandy

In this country, no huge cathedrals, castles or powerful Sprawl with futuristic shapes. Discretion above all, the rich treasures hidden a bit and their discovery is earned: the beautiful abbeys are based in forested landscapes of the meanders of the Seine, the small fishing ports nestle in the hollows of valleuses received, the mansions s’ shelter behind the great row of beech or poplar… Live the Spring from Pays de Caux, France

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About Ilona Kaszanyi - I'm interested in human rights, I condemn all kinds violence. I love sociology, nature, culture, travel. I love teaching children, meeting and talking with people, making friends all around the world. As an amateur photographer I love taking pictures in the nature.


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