Au bureau…

Mes excuses … vous l’avez vu et revu cet Etang de la Herse (mais si vous êtes comme moi, vous ne vous en lassez pas!). Cependant, ce mercredi matin, j’y suis revenue dans le cadre de mon travail. Et quel cadre pour travailler !

Mais … qu’est-ce qu’une traductrice peut bien faire dans un endroit pareil? Et elle appelle ça travailler ? Dur métier …!

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Sorry … I know you’ve seen this place several times before (but how could you ever get bored with it?)

Anyway, I was there for work on Wednesday morning, so I’m afraid you get to see it yet again…

But hang on … what’s a translator doing working in a place like that? And you call that work?

It’s a hard life … 🙂

Changing…

Une nouvelle ballade à la Herse et quel changement de couleurs depuis la dernière fois, il y a quatre petites semaines  (ici).

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Of light and leaves

“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” John Burroughs

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Glad

Glad to be here, glad to have time to get out and enjoy the season (finally … between rain showers), glad to have sights like this just up the road, glad I decided to get the camera out for the first time in a week. Just glad really.