Bretonne d'origine, Toulousaine d'adoption, le Bassin d'Arcachon pour terre (ou mer) de rêves, je vis maintenant à Ottawa au Canada.

 

Traductrice de profession, lectrice et cinéphile pendant mes temps libres ou encore en train de parler et de discuter avec mes enfants, ma famille ou mes amis, je vis dans un océan de mots, de phrases et de textes. Un océan que j'aime et qui me passionne, comme le vrai. Alors, voir, communiquer et m'exprimer visuellement me fait du bien. D'autres circuits du cerveau sont activés, d'autres émotions aussi et des perceptions nouvelles émergent...

 

"Follow your bliss and don't be afraid, and doors will open where you didn't know they were going to be. If you do follow your bliss, you put yourself on a kind of track that has been there all the while, waiting for you, and the life that you ought to be living is the one you are living." Joseph Campbell.

 

Photography is one aspect of my bliss, right now, and I am following it!

 

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  • JoinedMay 2007
  • OccupationTraductrice
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Because I can't understand a single word of French, I had to beg babelfish to translate marineavoile59's profile. I read: I live in an ocean of words, sentences and texts. Then, to express visually, makes me feel good... - yes, that's what I feel, when I read her wonderful comments to many pics, which she made in some … Read more

Because I can't understand a single word of French, I had to beg babelfish to translate marineavoile59's profile. I read: I live in an ocean of words, sentences and texts. Then, to express visually, makes me feel good... - yes, that's what I feel, when I read her wonderful comments to many pics, which she made in some FLICKR-photostreams! And when I observe her own growing photostream, then I consider: What pictures Michel de Montaigne (my favorite French writer) would have chosen, if he had a camera in his hands?

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April 14, 2008