When the sun hits Rock Mountain.
Sunday, November 8, 2015
I forgot to take pictures til the very end. This was the first time I had several students-12-15.
Some of the mothers are included in this student count. I wish I had remembered to take pictures!
I least I got a photo of this cute little happy student and her works of art.
Posted by North County Film Club at 9:36 AM
Monday, November 2, 2015
Thursday, October 8, 2015
Sunday, September 20, 2015
We loved this area of Paris. Lots of museums, interesting shops and art galleries. All within easy walking distance. And lots of very nice people, unlike some of my past Paris experiences.
Our hotel. Our room was right on the street. You can just see our window on the left.
But it wasn't noisy!
France is a little ahead of us.
One of the many beautiful buildings near our hotel.
Nancy takes a stroll.
The jump roper.
Interesting artwork in a gallery window.
Another of the many galleries.
Of course we had to eat breakfast here. Especially after meeting the nice young American owner.
Art is everywhere.
Even in the shop windows.
Art ? Graffiti was everywhere, and I loved it!
And more to come...
Posted by North County Film Club at 3:56 PM
Friday, September 18, 2015
Our wonderful accommodations.
Sightseeing the day before the wedding.
More sightseeing in the beautiful countryside.
J.P. and friends.
Artwork in the restaurant where we had lunch.
The lunch the day before the wedding. (La Fontaine Minerale)
J.P.'s mother and father in the patio of the restaurant.
Megan and her friends, Sara and Amy.
More artwork in the restaurant.
J.P. and friends.
Posted by North County Film Club at 5:44 PM
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Here's just a few photos. (More to come.)
The happy couple after the vows.
The drum line leading up to the wedding site at the top of the hill.
The resident dog, Buddy, gets in line for a drink.
The wonderful gypsy band.
Our banners flying in the wind. You can just barely see the two wedding photographers (one video, one still) in the window.
Another happy couple!
The party afterwards.
Posted by North County Film Club at 11:59 AM