Friday, September 16, 2005

Aubonne


Aubonne is a brisk 30 minutes' walk from Lavigny through the outskirts of a village, then a forest, a river, and a hill. It is composed of two parts: the old town and the new town. I wasn't much interested in the new town. This seems to be the center of the old one.

Photo taken by mda

2 comments:

Jaded Poet said...

Hi ma'am! Still remember me? It's me, Richmon. Wow! Apart from being an excellent poet, you're also a great photographer! (And I do think so!)

I didn't want to bother you, since you have that residence thing going on there in Switzerland, but I just want some of your
comments on my blog. (It's actually more of help than just plain ol' comments that I want.)

I've been writing poems (a lot of them) lately and I don't know if I'm doing it right. I'd really appreciate it if you do visit my blog!

Thank you and have a nice stay there in Swizerland!

mda said...

Richmon, why do you think I would forget you? I've bumped into you a couple of times and recognized you, but you never recognized me. Sometimes I wonder if students have gotten airs. I never failed to greet my former teachers in corridors, or highways and bi-ways. :)

I'm back from Switzerland, by the way. That's why I can answer you now.

Let me get to your blog.

God bless you, Richmon!