"Au réveil, si douce la lumière, et si beau ce bleu vivant"
(Paul Valéry)

vendredi 23 janvier 2009

Joies simples /Simple joys

C'est plus fort que moi : quand il pleut, IL FAUT que je sorte!
Me balader sous la pluie, sentir les nouvelles odeurs, savourer la solitude du promeneur ,me blottir sous mon grand parapluie en regardant la lumière jouer dans les flaques d'eau, écouter les gouttes d'eau tomber, chercher les reflets, découvrir les nouveaux contours du paysage noyés dans le gris du ciel....
Et puis, rentrer boire un chocolat chaud..Que du bonheur!









It's stronger than me: when it's raining, I HAVE to go outside!
To stroll under the rain, to breathe the different smells rain brings, to savour the lonelyness,to hide under my big umbrella and look at the light playing with the pools,to listen to the raindrops, to look for reflects,to discover the new landscapes drowned in the grey of the clouds...
And then, to go back home and drink a hot chocolate...Simply happyness!

9 commentaires:

Kenza a dit…

C'est sûr, qu'avec de si belles photos... Magnifiques!
Je comprends que tu sortes par un temps de pluie!(Je reconnais cette jolie place de Nice??? Mais je la connais sous un soleil de plomb. Et pareil pour la Promenade des Anglais!)
Merci de me faire découvrir un autre visage du sud...

Malyss a dit…

Oui, le sud sous le soleil, c'est trop banal.Je trouve que ça prend un tout autre cachet sous la pluie.Mais je dois être la seule de ma ville à penser ça!...Ü

RuneE a dit…

You make rain seem such a pleasure. I can assure you that it is not alwsy so ;-)

nobu a dit…

In the rain, you can see another scenery.
I understand your feeling.

by the way, I'm near to ochanomizu.
But I have not crossed the river, so I'm still northern side of the river.

PERBS a dit…

My favorite is the reflection of the palm trees in the parking lot puddles! I don't like rain and most times stay indoors if I can help it. The raindrops on the blue post are interesting also.

What are the white things on the left of that ferris wheel?

The architecture is beautiful and love the brick design of the walk way plaza. What kind of a building is it that has statues on the roof, etc? Is it oriental? What is the significance?

dot a dit…

I would like to walk in the rain sometimes but around here people would think you were crazy.
You made the rain look good in your pictures.

RuneE a dit…

Me again, after your last comment: It was much appreciated. Paris is a lovely place indeed. If you follow the link in my post, you'll find a video of the trip in the lift to the top of the tower. I took that on a previous trip to Paris.

Malyss a dit…

To Paulie:
the white thing is a fountain.
What you see as a parking is the big foot-path that goes all along the beach all along the bay (which makes a 11 kilometers foot-path);
And things with the oriental statues are both pieces of art and lights.In the evening, they change their colors every 30 seconds but in such a way that you can not see at what moment the color has changed!There are 10 of those statues (there is one picture on my sidebar on the right of the blog.)

PERBS a dit…

Thanks for the information! Now to catch up reading your posts I ahve missed recently. . .