Friday, September 16, 2005


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


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!