Arzon (Part 7)

This was my first glance of the sea. From the north coast of France.

This was an example of a dinner I was fed. To an American, it looks like a plate of garnish. But you know, while in Rome… or something.

Is that a rainbow? Are we in Hawaii?

I mean really, just look at this sunset

We went on a hike along the coast during our stay at the beach house

N doing a sun salutation!

This cove reminded me a little of Eternity Beach

This may be the best portrait I’ve ever shot

We went to Le Petit Port for dinner. There is a seagull crossing sign because the owner is friends with a seagull who visits the restaurant for dinner scraps. I saw him trying to cross the street several times, but being startled away by cars.

It happened to me frequently here, but every time I saw little boats in harbor like these

I would remember an old song from my chorus days, especially the lines

They rock at their moorings, all nestled in dreams
away from the roll of the sea

This was the moon on my very last day on the seaside. Some things are just too beautiful. My heart can’t stand it.

To be continued…

nb: this is part of a series on my trip to France

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