pics : hello sunshine!



Dear Sunshine -

Well, hello! Long time no see and you're getting a little bit brighter each day. Your reflections from this glittered Eiffel Tower reminded me of the City of Light. I'll see you again because I just caught you from the corner of my eye moments before you moved out of view.

xo, Cindy

13 comments:

aimee said...

a little longer every day... working our way toward spring, finally :)

Krissy said...

I love how it sparkles!

Julia said...

What a delight :)

cindy : quaint said...

i thought it was so cool and was bargaining with the sun for a few more minutes ... it will be back, hope i'm alert ;)!

omami said...

Yes spring is closer, love when the sun stays a little longer each day... lovely tour whit to sun watching!!

Cicada Studio said...

Yes, my old friend is returning. Thank heavens! I've missed him so.

Vana said...

I feel the same way...The much expected arrival. I love that picture!

please sir said...

So pretty - I love the sun and can't wait till it warms up!

coco+kelley said...

oh, i LOVE this photo!! my best friend is trying to talk me into hopping a flight to paris in march, and this makes me want to GO GO GO!

dolcechic said...

So pretty! Love this photo. Thanks for your helpful tips, and sweet notes I really appreciate it them. :)

L'Atelier said...

lol! this is a great post! if you want some sun- take a little of the one here... its so so so hot here at the moment, and i love heat...but we got plenty of sun to go around trust me (for now)

L'Atelier said...

oh yes i will be back right here (remind me) when we are in middle of winter- to remind me that the sun willl come back :)

Elizabeth said...

Very adorable photo Cindy! I love coming to your blog to see what creative photo you have taken. I have to correct you on "The City Of Light"S". My dad corrected me years ago,and now I go around doing the same. It is called "The City of Light." Namely because of Haussman renovating Paris and making all of the large Avenues,and height limits on the buildings, thus creating more light in the city.