dimanche 12 avril 2009

MONOCHROME MONDAY # 22


Les petits cailloux - Little pebbles around 1967

Maman m'avait demandé de trier les petits cailloux !
Je m'interrrogeais, ....... sérieusement ?
Mom had answered me to sort little pebbles.
I was wondering, ......... was she serious or not ?

This is my participation to Aileni's Monochrome Maniacs.

Starring moi : )

37 commentaires:

  1. Lovely photograph .. you look very happy !

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  2. Cute !
    Amazing post!

    " Just love. Love your memory of childhood , those thousand and one in purple knees and the first steps of skates.

    Love children and dogs and cats of course. Love and celebrate the sunset but more love he was born. Love, love the first one and the second is to love even more.
    Love this Sunday in the family. Love all your birthdays!

    Love the butterflies, but most love when they fly into you and yes, love... Love others and love your father and your mother all the time..."

    :-) Léia

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  3. Mothers like to set problems.
    Glad you found your way... that was another puzzle.

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  4. Quele jolie petite fille ! J'adore les photos en noir et blanc....

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  5. I love this shot. You look very interested in the world around you. I was 10 in 1967 so I remember that time period well.

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  6. Your facial expression is just lovely - do you remember how long you pondered?

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  7. Ahhh you are sooo cute i love the little pony tails in your hair. Did you have a nice Easter? DOes chocolate lift your spirits? I like it but I am not a chocoholic like some:) My Easter was good, I missed my kids I did not get to see any of the boys. Some friends had us over for a fun get-together yesterday so that was nice.

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  8. This is a marvellous image. You look so intense in your pebble sorting. A happy treasured memory kept alive on film.

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  9. Wow, those are such gorgeous shots!
    you look so happy !

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  10. Necy photo of your childhood.

    Why japonese?
    I am not japonese. Pupo is a italian name.

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  11. Your eyes are so alive and alert! Unusual photo with an interesting story!

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  12. Wow... 1967... I'd have been 6 or 7 (depending on the time of year)... and probably tossing little pebbles.

    Or big ones.

    And I wouldn't have been nearly so cute doing it.

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  13. Hi Catherine :)

    This is a very lovely photo bringing memories of the past. You look a bit surprised that your mother is taking the photo. I can see your mother's shadow on the ground.

    Many people boast about their knowledge. There is a saying:WE ARE ONLY PICKING PEBBLES ON THE SEA SHORE. Your mother gave you a practical demonstration and a valuable lesson. You can't forget it for the rest of your life. You should also show it to your children and when they boast too much about their knowledge and tell them what they know are only little pebbles and what they don't know is as much as the universe.

    This is a very valuable photo and sweet little Catherine made me understand that I know very little and I have to learn a lot. What an eye opener!

    Have a wonderful day Catherine :)
    Joseph

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  14. Cute shot. I wish I had used that line when my daughter was small ;-)

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  15. Nice image, Catherine. You have chosen it well: your expression is so lovely, in that country road. The photograph has all the charm of the old negatives of the Sixties.

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  16. Great subject!!!! It's a great shot.

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  17. I'm sure she was serious ;)
    Just to keep you busy enough to take this cute shot :)

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  18. So nice to watch..., and so nice to remamber those days :-)

    Nice day to you from Norway.

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  19. Tu étais très mignonne ! What a cute picture ! but I still prefer color pictures to black and white.

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  20. Poor child! I hope you didn't!

    Lovely photo with great memories.

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  21. You were a very cute little girl. Love the expression on your face.

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  22. Quelle charmante historie et adorable petite fille!

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  23. Happy memories. Oh the old days.

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  24. OK Cathrine, I understood just after I click the mouse to post my comment.
    I am glad if you like my photo.
    Yes we clebrate the Easter, but Monday is a normal day, and the life go on.

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  25. So cute!
    Very nice shot. Great photo!

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  26. Ah ça ne nous rajeunit pas tous ça...
    Et maintenant que tu es bien rodée avec ces 'comptages', tu fais quoi de tes vacances à Menton, tu comptes les grains de sables ?
    Bisous à tous et bonnes vacances !

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  27. This is really too nice, photo and text!! Good already that you asked yourself the question! :-)

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  28. This is so cute and full of memories for you!

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  29. Aww... that is a very cute photo.

    Thank you for your comments on my MM post. I am a bit late catching up.

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  30. That's such a lovely photo, and a memory to treasure.

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  31. What a sweetie you were, Catherine! I love that photo! I'm sorry I haven't been making it here as often as I used to. I always enjoy your photos and reading what you have to say.

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  32. What a great photo! It's affect on me emotionally is surprising, since it is not of me or my family.
    Quelle grande photo ! It' ; l'affect de s sur moi est avec émotion étonnant, puisqu'il n'est pas de moi ou de mon famille.

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