It has been a while and I haven’t been that committed to this blog. Maybe being busy or being sick are good excuses to explain that. But the truth is that I was (am) very intimidated by all the rules that I am supposed to follow when blogging. I have been reading a lot of articles about how to blog, how to write online and all the dos and don’ts.
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Two days ago, I shared this photo of mushrooms on my Instagram. It sure looks not that 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 seeing here is industrial. There are machines, cars, trucks, tools, sheets metals, and everything related to the 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 another department when I saw these mushrooms. I thought about how nature has this big survival instinct. It keeps fighting so hard and finds 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.
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 honor my commitment to post once a week lately. So you can understand why I feel that happy.
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Some photos of my visit to le Château d’Angers a 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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Angers, October 2017
Paris, June 2011
Saint Leonard des Bois, June 2017
Bordeaux, May 2017
Etretat, April 2015
Marseille, May 2011
Mont Saint Michel, March 2017
Saint Martin en Ré, July 2017
Fort Boyard, September 2017
* Lumière, is the French term for light
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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