Sunday, March 13, 2016


I'm not sure what to say about these photos.  I was awestruck when I first saw the Mediterranean.  It is incredibly beautiful.  The palm trees, even with the chill in the air seemed unaffected by the cold.  Indeed, it was cold the day we were there, only 35 degrees and the wind was blowing.  The weather did not diminish the zeal with which we wandered the streets and byways.  It was grand!!   

France has been a wonderful adventure so far. I have enjoyed the countryside and the glory of the sea. And even walking all the steep streets has been good for me.

Thanks be to God!

'm here to play and invite you to join Mersad at Through My Lens.  Should be fun!

Please visit Judith at Lavender Cottage for Mosaic Monday and share in the beauty offered there.

Mosaic Monday

I think you should take some time to visit Imagin-in-ing.  You're sure to enjoy it!


  1. Truly breath-taking, Cathy. What a wonderful adventure you have been having. Thank you for sharing it.

  2. More beautiful photos. I have not been there but my husband has and spoke of the beauty but he's not a guy to take photos, so I'm enjoying yours.

  3. Hello Cathy, what a gorgeous place to visit. I have only seen photo and movies about this area. I would be tickled to visit Monoco and the Mediterranean. Lovely photos and mosaic! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

  4. Our 'Riviera dei Fiori' is wonderful, isn't it ?
    Thank you for sharing your amazing shots, my darling Cathy, hope your week is off to a great start, I wish you wonderful days to come, sending love to you

  5. What beautiful photos, Cathy! I have France on my bucket list to see one day

  6. Absolutely breathtaking.

    I just figured out why your blog continues to flip/flop and have music embedded and it doesn't work with my browser I know and jump up to the top and pause it so I can leave a comment.

  7. My, what a view in the first photo Cathy, glad your visit was exceptional.

  8. Those pictures are amazing! I would love to go to the Mediterranean one day!


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