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Gypsy Flores Photography 11:45pm, 19 December 2006
I take mostly photographs of the natural world and hopefully I will be able to post one a day; but I often travel and do not have an internet connection when I do. I defintely have no problem taking photographs everyday.

A test shot for our "borrowed" clothing theme. Me, approaching 58 on February 3, 2008.

Self-Portrait in Red Scarf
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RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Bug down the hatch!
ItinerArts 11 years ago
ParaScubaSailor 11 years ago
Hmmm, can't resist asking. Tim, were you ever part of the FidoNet network?

Great pic, Gypsy. Finishing my packing here, departure is tomorrow afternoon...
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Hey Gypsy - swooping through...after a week or so of constant activity...and packing for a trip now to Greece - pity there will be no time to wander over to see Rob...

Great bug shot there !!

CollardGreens: Oops!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Why not, CG?
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Busy busy busy with the business guests and then off to another meeting...pity really.
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
September 1, 2007

September??? Already? Golly.

Great Blue Heron
BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
isn't he adorable.....
Like a young prince readying himself for the ballet.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Railroad tracks ?? Yeah - september...where has the year gone??
Yes, he was on the railroad tracks across the slough and a bit too far my lens; but I liked the pose.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
I love your description, La M!
Loca.... 11 years ago
He looks great.
:))
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Bless you Gypsy! Guys, I listened in to her show tonight, it's fabulous, she's fabulous. It was so exciting to hear her voice, warm, friendly, natural, humorous, leading us through a wonderful selection of music. She opened with a set of Greek music, greeted me, said nice things about me (if inaccurate, I'm not really a "great photographer"), and dedicated songs to me. I choked up.

You're a wonderful person, La M, and I thank you!
Thank you Rob--and yes, you are a great photographer--especially of women's derrière's (:D) BUT if I come to Greece someday you are not allowed to take a photo of mine.
BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
La M -- I read in Rob's diary that you may bow out before the end of the year, I hope not -- you've been consistently one of the best photographers in the group (I can think of several others, ,but in my book, you rank in the top 10 and for birds, my goodness, you are beyond compare especially with variety and consistency of quality) enough accolades..... I don't always comment, but I am a big admirer of your diary.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Deal, La M!
September 2, 2007

Rainey and I went to a dahlia show this morning. We had so much fun.
Then of course my radio show in the afternoon. Now, I am baking a chocolate birthday cake for my friend Jamie tonight.

Dahlia
Golden chains hold me to you
Loca.... 11 years ago
Congrats on the radio show.
:))
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
September 2, 2007

Worked in the morning (yeah, I know it is Labor Day but hey, it is labor day for me). My boss (myself) gave me the afternoon off. I spent it mostly puttering around my house and garden. Santa Cruz is a tourist town and this holiday is big for beach and barbie-que. But after today, the traffic will be a little less horrendous and the beaches won't be as crowded during the weekday--which translates as more birds, less people with dogs.

Took the macro lens out in the garden to catch skippers in the wild verbena.

Sip and Skip
ebilflindas 11 years ago
This last one literally takes my breath away, LaM--it brings me back to boyhood, running around the yard, trying to catch the little skippers, but delicately enough to let them go again. the sight of them always makes me feel like a kid, and this shot is just precious!

And thanks, Rob, for providing a link to Gypsy's show--I was getting jealous reading about it in your stream!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Another super shot, golden light through the wings, lovely blurry bokeh-ed background.
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
September 4, 2007

Worked in the morning and then went to the dentist. The bad news is that I need a root canal right away-- before I leave for Corsica on September 11. So I had to schedule an appointment for Thursday.
The other bad news is that I don't have any good news to balance it out with.

So with that I offer this creature I consider beautiful and intriguing but to some it maybe the stuff of nightmares. So for those of you who are squeamish--don't look!!!!!!!

Weaving the Sky
ebilflindas 11 years ago
I can see the beauty in it, but it doesn't keep me from shuddering compulsively! Those are pretty markings on its abdomen, though.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Fantastic!

I've already wished you bon voyage, but you're only leaving in a week, and have to endure dental surgery before you go. I guess the good news is that you are addressing it now, and that it didn't flare up and spoil your Corsican adventure.
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
September 5, 2007

Had to buy a few plants for a client so i went to the garden center this morning armed with my camera and macro lens. I had had so much fun taking photographs of dahlias at the show on Saturday that I naturally gravitated towards these.

burning
ebilflindas 11 years ago
Gypsy, that is absolutely...elemental!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Fiery!
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 11 years ago
September 6, 2007

Rainey and I have been so excited to meet Alex and Mark who are visiting from Australia. Alex is one of my favorite photographers on flickr. She and Mark have been in this country for 6 weeks and Santa Cruz was a stop towards the end of their visit. And dang wouldn't you know I had to have that emergency root canal smack dab in the middle of the afternoon. So we met early this morning and drove to Point Lobos to show them Big Sur. We had a lovely walk past China Peak out to Bird Rock. There we photographed cormorants, turkey vultures, egrets, and brown pelicans along with the gorgeous landscape. Then we had to go back home so I could go to the dentist and sit in a chair for three hours. Meanwhile Rainey took them to lunch and then to Neary Lagoon. When I was finished we again met up and went for a drive along the cliffs to Natural Bridges.
Then we met up with Rainey's husband Mike and had a lovely and fun dinner at an Italian Restaurant.

Alex
www.flickr.com/photos/alexandraphotos/

Rainey
www.flickr.com/photos/raineys/

Great Blue Heron at Point Lobos

Great Blue Heron
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
That background makes him stand out so well (although the perfect exposure is the main element, of course, and your steady hand).

That's kelp, is it not, which I know so well from the Western Cape coast?
Yes, it is kelp. What is unusual is to see herons and egrets out in the ocean in the kelp beds standing on driftwood.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Sept 5 is so awesome... Love the abstraction of the flower that suggests flames.. well done!

They're all awesome here.. and... condolences for the root canal.. they are no fun, the worst part is paying for them :P
~magpie~ PRO 11 years ago
The dahlia shots are gorgeous, La M... I just tried this year for the first time to grow them. Will definitely be a thing I return to no matter where I live.

Love the baby fuzzy heron!

Erica Day by Day 2007
ParaScubaSailor 11 years ago
I'm also surprised at the heron in sea-water. I wouldn't have noticed it if Rob hadn't mentionned the kelp.
Rob, one of my most vivid diving memories is one of my first dives in a kelp forest close to Cape Town. The feeling is wonderful, especially when there is clean water, and you're floating between 10 and 15 meters down, and you can see the bottom at 20 meters and the surface at the same time...
September 7, 2007

LIfe can be so good sometimes and then sometimes each moment is like living in some Grade B melodrama.
Still recovering from my root canal and now my drains are clogged. Washed clothes and the water came up in the shower sort of thing. Yeah, great. When is mommy going to come home and take charge?

What with work and trying to get ready to go and running from one appointment to another I didn't think I would have time to take any photos today; but looking outside my open door I saw this little Anna's hummingbird in the garden. I grabbed my camera and only had time for one shot before it flew away. I hoped it would be in focus.

Song and Dance
jelliajamb 11 years ago
One of my goals in life is to catch a hummingbird with my camera. Sorry you're having a bum time - me too. Look on the bright side, though; you've got a hummingbird and I don't! It'll perk up because it always does.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
You're ridiculously skilled for being able to capture that in only one shot. Floppy hats off to you!

clogged drains are a big fat pain in the arse, I hope it works out and SOON!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Only had time for one shot, and you come up with a humdinger!
Thumbs down to blocked drains, and hope you get over that root canal quickly so you can enjoy that lovely Corsican cooking.
ParaScubaSailor 11 years ago
Leave the clogged drains, root canals and other nasties behind and come to Corsica already! Things are great here!
Lovely shot of that hummingbird...
September 8, 2007

Overwhelmed and depressed. Life is good; but life is very difficult.
Finances are a disaster; drains still clogged, teeth problems continue, inertia sets in.

Went out to my garden for a little relief.

Dragon in the garden
Dragonhide 11 years ago
All the more reason to enjoy your trip away. Hope you feel better soon. x0
Good friends help--especially when they offer their home for a shower.
September 9, 2007

I write that date and I tremble. I am supposed to leave on Tuesday afternoon for Corsica and what with teeth problems and plumbing problems I have not packed up my troubles into the old kit bag. I am still floundering around and wondering if I should go. Things are such a disaster here and it is hard to turn my back on them. But the ticket is non-refundable nor changeable.

Friends always make life good. I rented a power snake and Rainey's husband Mike came over and ran it down the main drain. Now that is unclogged--tree roots being the problem.

While I was waiting for the power snake to come in so I could pick it up and use it, I ran off to Neary Lagoon for a bit of respite from all that is chasing me.

Old coot and young coot
Actually a sweet story. Dad would leap out of the water and pick a blackberry. He would give it to mom who would then feed junior with it.

Coots
Loca.... 11 years ago
In the end, things will work out fine, you'll see. Go on your holidays to Corsica. It seems you really need them and deserves it too. Good luck on all those things.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Well, the plumbing saga seems to be over. The teeth saga.. sometimes it just takes a while to heal. I hope it's just that.

You go have FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wonderful fliting picture you captured there.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Stopping round after a bit of a harrowing week myself. You have to enjoy for us all and catch up with Daniel (who is posting some wonderful stuff). Good Stuff Gypsy - you catch humming birds in a single click...super stuff ! Throw the floppy hat in a bag and get going !

CollardGreens
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
I agree with everyone else here - let your friends cover for you, and get over to Corsica. Life will seem so much better from that perspective. Enjoy!
September 10, 2007

Careening downhill...

Flying Away
Яick Harris PRO 11 years ago
Lovely La M ~ the divine La M.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Oh, wow!
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Woah. beautiful.

Thinking of you and hoping you're safe and sound having FUN in Corsica!
jelliajamb 11 years ago
another wow from me. how interesting that s/he is wearing a camo suit! I guess I never realized and that their bodies were all black and fuzzed. I love how educational great bug and beasty pics can be.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
OK so I hear the crossing has been made. Take your time with the jet lag - walk a lot, drink more water than wine, insist on home made pasta ! Waiting in great anticipation of photos from you two...

CollardGreens: Oops!
Yes, Ted, I have made the crossing. No homemade pasta or apple pie yet; but lots of extraodinary moments. Daniel and I are sitting in le bibliothèque de mon amie Annette in Poggio di Venaco and looking at flickr.

I will post soon.

Drinking lots of water.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
What a hoot that must be !!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Hello La M, and welcome to this side of the pond. I.m sure you have slipped right back into life in Corsica. Look forward to seeing your pictures and descriptions from there.
Soon I will post. Too busy living life and taking photographs to worry about spending time looking at them. Perhaps tonight there will be time; but the promised apple pie and fresh pasta will be prepared for tonight's dinner after a morning of hiking somewhere. We were up for coffee/tea on the terrace for the sunrise.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Jealous, Jealous, Jealous !
We have hiked all day and there are two apple pies in the oven and Daniel is in the kitchen making the pasta. Je suis très fatigué.

No need to be jealous Ted, just pop on in.
11 september 2007

Before work I took a walk in Neary Lagoon to meditate on my life and my journey. After work, I threw a few things into my pack and my neighbor gave me a ride to the airport. I cannot tell you how many things I forgot; but who cares.

Departure Meditation
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
12 septembre 2007

I left my house in Santa Cruz at 2 p.m. on September 11. My flight was at 7 p.m. out of San Francisco. I arrived in Bastia Corsica at 9:30 p.m. on September 12. My friend Catherine met me and drove me to her home in Isolaccia.

The Alps from the air.

Flying over the Alps
ItinerArts 11 years ago
Gorgeous photo of the Alps! I think that's the most spectacular view I've seen myself from a passenger plane.

www.flickr.com/groups/2007/discuss/72157594528937014/7215....
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
That absolutely is the most beautiful shot of the Alps I have ever seen. Well done, Gypsy.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
That's a picture from an commercial airline window? WOW.

Even if it wasn't- still WOW.

Glad to see you around again!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Damn !! You got the roll down window too !! Spectacular - in fact it deserves a double yow ! You go the R side of the plane obviously - good stuff. Now lax out a bit....still jealous - I dreamt of apple pie - seriously !
September 13 2007

I am trying to catch up; but daily life in Corsica is too busy and exciting.

Butterfly in the Castagniccia
(Eastern Corsica)

Butterfly in the Castagniccia
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 11 years ago
September 14, 2007

Daniel let me play with some of his lenses. This photo is exactly how it came out of the camera--I only reduced the size--no crop, no special effects--just a very narrow depth of focus.

l flickr.com/photos/parascubasailor/1393667492/.

50mm F1.2

Le petit chien de Marco et Catherine

Le Petit Chien de Catherine et Marco
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Corsica or Santa Cruz - you nail those butterflies every time! ansd what a sweet fuzzy shot of that sweet fuzzy puppy!
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
Cheating for a moment because I do not have time to write and post photos in the diary until perhaps tonight. Daniel and I decided to zip off to Mongolia for a moment's rendez-vous.
Daniel and Gypsy visit Mongolia for a moment in Corsica
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Looking very happy in Mongolia.
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Wow.. I have a 50 1.8 and the .6 difference is evident!!

Looks like you guys are having a wonderful time!
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
September 15, 2007

On Friday, at the home of Marco and Catherine, I spent the day helping them gather the hazelnuts. Daniel came from Poggio di Venaco to also help. I was under the trees with Catherine and their little puppy (see above) filling a bucket with the noisettes. Daniel drove up on his motorcycle. He joined us under the trees and at last we met. For lunch, Marco cooked boar (cignale) on the fire outside.


Saturday, Marco returned to Isolaccia and we walked the old road to Tagliu where we hiked almost to the top of Monte Tagliu but the weather was turning bad and it started to rain. We rushed down the mountain and walked to the piazza in Tagliu where there was a festival. There were people everywhere and I knew quite of few of them which made me feel great. Catherine was standing talking to a man I didn't recognize so I approached her. She said, "Gypsy, I want you to meet my friend Claudiu Bellagamba. Do you know of him?" I nearly fell to my knees and kissed his hand! He is one of the great singers of Corsica and a man I have wanted to meet since before I had even come to Corsica my first time. Then Jean-Pierre Lanfranchi walked up and I was introduced to him and I nearly fainted.

Ghjuvan-Petru Lanfranchi et Claudiu Bellagamba


(more about the festival later, at the moment I am joining Daniel on the terrace for sunrise)
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Great stuff Gypsy...I went to the diary entries of Claudiu and Jean-Pierre...they report having the pleasure to meet one Mme Gypsy !

CollardGreens: Oops!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Good morning Gypsy! It is overcast and windy, thunderstorms forecast today, I expect you had this weather two or three days ago.
Ted, I had no idea. Can you provide me the link to that?

Rob, no the weather has been wonderful except for the brief rain on Saturday.
September 16, 2007

The days are moving so quickly and I am so far behind in this journal that I am losing track of where I am. On Sunday, Marco, Catherine, Daniel and I went to the festival at San Mamilianu. This is my third time going to this festival and I really wanted Daniel to experience this. He was hesitant to go because of having to endure a mass; but I think that he was very thankful that he did go. One hike up to the top of a mountain where the people of the fraternity meet each year to celebrate the autumnal equinox with eating, drinking, a mass, and much sacred as well as secular polyphonic singing. Members of the group Tavagna sing the mass as well as a few other singers of the same quality as they are such as Marco. After the mass at the gite d'etape there is many little groups of singers taking turns to sing paghjella. The performances are magical and because I am a friend of Marco and Catherine and many people know me from years past, I am treated like a friend and allowed to come very close to listen and take photographs. Daniel is immediately accepted too.

We stay until quite late and then walk down the mountain. I get on the back of Daniel's motorcycle (not without some fear) and we ride together back to Annette's grande maison in Poggio di Venaco.

Inside the 13th century chapel of San Mamilianu

Chapel at San Mamiiano
September 17, 2007

In the morning Daniel, Pierrine and I decide to take a hike in search of sanglier (wild boar or cignale) to photograph. We don't find boar but we have a great time photographing butterflies, insects, flowers, landscape, mushrooms, birds etc. The day is beautiful and we return home very content.

Sitting on the fence
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
September 19, 2007

In the morning, I again climb onto Daniel's motorcycle and we ride back to the Castagniccia. I have an appointment to meet with Jean-François Bernardini of I Muvrini. He wants to look at my photographs from last year and choose some that he might use for a booklet that will accompany his new CD. While I am with Jean-François, Daniel goes hiking in the mountains with his lenses and my macro lens.

I take many photographs of Jean-François while I am there and he chooses about 200 photographs that he likes very much. Now I have alot of work to do to prepare them to give to him in a printable format.

We go outside where I take more photographs.

Jean-François Bernardini/I Muvrini

www.youtube.com/watch?v=1chH2x4MNLw
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Oh, that butterfly is sensational! I wish I could borrow your macro lens too. That village festival sounds wonderful, and thanks for posting the Youtube link; great music.
I see I have had my dates wrong and I must go find a photograph for the 18th. Daniel and I had gone to the home of the Baron di Mariani and met with Robert, the puppet-maker. (That is where the yert photo was taken).

Rob, the butterfly was taken with my 400mm not my macro, which Daniel was using at the time.

I want to catch up today on this diary.
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 5 years ago
September 18, 2007

Annette, Mika, Daniel, and myself go to the home of the Baron di Mariani to meet with the Corsican master puppet-maker and puppeteer, Robert Miniconi. I wanted to photograph the show that he gave to us; but "Le Léon" decided that I must come up and be part of the show. I was supposed to sing an American song; but I could not. Then the lion puppet was put a way and the Corsican sorceress puppet came out and turned me into "le couchon", so I had to crawl around snorting. I decided that since every pig I saw in Corsica was usually lying down asleep, I would do that too.

Mohammed, who works in the gardens of the Baron, gave us a tour of the site and each of the yerts that are set up for visitors.

The Corsican Puppet Master-Robert Miniconi
September 20, 2007

Today it is Daniel's last full day in Corsica. We decide to go hiking on the trail to U San Pedrone. I had wanted to photograph the beech trees that I had seen 2 years ago when Pavlina, Pierrine, Christiane, and I had hiked to the summit. Unfortunately, I didn't make myself clear as to which trail I wanted to take and Daniel and I arrive at the start of the trail on the other side of the mountain. I am not in as good a shape as Daniel, so we go very slowly. Of course, part of the reason is that we stop alot to take photographs. We do not make the summit but arrive on the plateau where the trails meet and stop for some chocolate, water, and the view before we make our way back down.

Grasshopper
September 21, 2007

Daniel left today.
I walked to Riventosa with Paule Pasqualetti to see her art work and her home. In the village, we met her mother who is a Corsican mazzeri. I hope to spend some time with her one day while I am here. At the home of Paule, she showed me her little wooden scuptures, her paintings and pen and ink drawings. Her house is filled with very old traditional Corsican furniture that she has restored. We had a wonderful lunch together under the trees with the view of a spectacular view of the Corsican mountains. She pointed out the place where her father had his bergerie.

Paule Pasqualetti
Gypsy Flores Photography Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Gypsy Flores Photography (member) 11 years ago
September 22, 2007

Annette's daughter, Faustine and I decide to hike in the Restonica Valley to Lac de Capitellu today. She sets an easy pace for me and we have a wonderful time hiking to both Lac de Melu and Lac de Capitellu.

Lac de Capitellu
Lac De Capitellu

In the evening, Hitaki, a professor of history from Japan brings three of his students to Annette's home and cooks us a Japanese dinner. Robert Miniconi, the puppetmaster, and the Baron di Mariani, Jean-Hugues joins us. Again, Robert delights us all with a puppet show.
RobW_ PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by RobW_ (member) 11 years ago
So nice to see La M in her natural environment, with her friends.

Since i haven't seen it here or on his, I guess you didn't do a tandem parasailing excursion with Daniel? Now that he has gone, you will miss him, but focus more fully on your own particular interests.

Speaking of which, inspired by you, since I have been on your stream today (over 4 hours with many interruptions) I have found "I Muvrini" on the Greek Itunes store, and downloaded the "á Bercy" and 'Leia" albums to my Ipod, as well as the trilingual version of "Terre d'oru " with Sting and the Greek rock group Pix-Lax. I have also been reading your 2003 Travelogue, and doing some research on polyphony, a familiar term in Greek and Byzantine music (and the Orthodox liturgy), and I realised that the traditional music of Zakynthos (Venetian-inspired kantathes) is nothing else but á capella, polyphonic music.

Then I remembered that I have read in Patrick Leigh-Fermor's book Mani that a large number of Maniotes escaped Turkish persecution and/or family vendettas by relocating to Corsica, where they preserved their language and customs, and that the roots of Ritsa's own family, the Paraschi's, lies in a similar relocation from the Mani to Zakynthos, then under Venetian, rather than Turkish rule.

All of which to be further explored.
Thanks RobW, sounds like I need to do some further explorations also.

Leia is one of my favorite albums of I Muvrini along with their current Live one (2007) which has many of their older songs as well as the new ones from their previous CD, Alma.
~magpie~ PRO 11 years ago
I am loving reading about your journies, LaM.... Gorgeous photos, as always. The puppy shot is very well done... even the background tones...
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Over coffee this morning I read your tales of travel, puppets and Daniel's visit. A snippet of your days but enough to make me resolve to take a specially slow vacation on the island. Bravo !

CollardGreens: Oops!
September 23, 2007

Sunrise from Annette's terrace in Poggio di Venaco

Sunrise From Annette's Terrace
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Lovely.
September 24, 2007

Spent the day in Oletta, a village above Saint Florent. I will tell about it later as I do not have time to download my photos tonight. I am going to Isolaccia so that Catherine and I can leave for Sartène early tomorrow morning. I may not have internet for a day or two.

Meanwhile enjoy this from my friend Annette's eldest daughter.
flickr.com/photos/13724715@N03/1423111848/
Dragonhide 11 years ago
Wonderful adventures!!!!

The way you describe your experiences, it sounds like everybody accepts you as family. That is so wonderful. I feel that way when I go visit my in-laws in Spain. I'm not sure what your connection to Corsica is, but it is obviously very strong.

Beautiful pictures!
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Down and dirty, crowding that little butterfly.
Have fun in the mountains, La M.
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
jealous again !
Jonathan Riverwalker 11 years ago
wow - too much!
hmmm
ParaScubaSailor 11 years ago
Looking for more entries... ;-)
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Too busy for more entries, methinks.
Yes and no. I have been very busy, everyone believes that I must fill my social calender with what they want me to do and also no internet connection until now. I have been in the Castagniccia all this time. At the moment, I am at the studio of I Muvrini and they are letting me use their Wi-Fi. Tonight I return to Annette's in Poggio so I can actually catch up on my diary.
RobW_ PRO 11 years ago
Lots of catching up to do, baby! Wonderful stuff, I'm sure. You probably have not had time to see my diary recently, but I referred to a poster I had seen, advertising a concert in a mountain monastery by a well-known traditional Zakynthian singing group, who have appeared all over the world, "Tragoudistades tsi Zakytho", together with a Corsican group Diana di l'Alba. Do you know them? Unfortunately, we were unaware of the concert on August 31, and would have been too busy to make it anyway.
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