Two days ago , I shared this photo of mushrooms on my Instagram. It sure looks non special on such a platform full of stunning  photos. But there is a little story about it.

I work in a big mechanical engineering  plant of 70 ha in the middle of a big industrial zone. The only landscape that I am used to see here is industrial. There are machines, cars, trucks , tools, sheets metals,  and everything related to mechanical industry. I actually got used to  it because I’ve been working here for almost three years and a couple of days ago I was walking in the middle of all that to go meeting someone in an other department when I saw these mushrooms. I though about how nature has this big survival instinct. It keep fighting so hard and find the smallest opportunity to express itself. I knew that those mushrooms won’t be there forever. So I couldn’t hold myself to grab my phone and take a picture.



If you don’t take the first step, you will never go anywhere


Photography lessons & new Instagram account

Hello there,

I am really happy today to write this post because it’s the first time since I launched my  blog that I have the time (and the courage) to publish twice the same day. I even couldn’t honour my commitment to post once a week lately. So you can understand why I feel that happy. 

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Château d’Angers

Some photos of my visit to le Château d’Angers few weeks ago. I will probably write a review another time because I hadn’t that much time to see everything in this Castle full of history that goes back to the 5th millennium BC. I was there one only one hour before closing^^

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*Lumière , is the french term for light

5 Facts about French Weddings

Among the things that most websites/blogs tell you to do before 30 is to go and live abroad for some time. For me it came naturally since I decided to move when I was early 20 to study a specific branch that was not available in my country of origin. That was a very big and good excuse to come and live in France since I have always been charmed by French culture.

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