Tuesday, 13 January 2009

My World


This was definitely a Wednesday afternoon because the sailing schools are always out in force then with their brightly coloured sails.
In France all schools are closed on Wednesday afternoons leaving pupils to choose an activity to follow. There's lots of different things on offer but as we live so near the sea water sports are always popular.

There are lots of beautiful My World photos to see by following the links on the My World site.

14 comments:

Olivier said...

a cette epoque, cela doit etre sympathique de faire de la voile. des belles couleurs, beau contrasme entre le bleu (ciel et mer) et le jaune (bateaux et boué)

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

good photograph

tut-tut said...

Really great photograph; I love how the yellows mirror each other. And that blue ocean is wonderful!

WillThink4Wine said...

Wow! Is that blue for real? I love the serendipity of the yellow sails and the yellow buoy!

Walker said...

Beautiful picture, love the post. Interesting about the kids getting off to do activities, good idea.

Sylvia K said...

Love your post and your photos! Beautiful blue water and the yellow of the sails is perfect! I, too, think it's interesting about the kids getting off for activities and it is definitely a good idea. Thanks for sharing your world!

antigoni said...

It's a very good idea for students to choose activity. Excellent post and photo.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wonderful photo. I'm sure the kids here would love it if schools closed one day a week to let them do something like this.

D Herrod said...

Wow that is a beautiful shot.

Arija said...

So good for the children to have an afternoon dedicated to outdoor activities. School can become very boring otherwise.

magiceye said...

that sure is a lovely capture!

Babooshka said...

This is my fantasy world. Sooner the better, riots and all.

Dusty Lens said...

To sail the sea, that would be a peaceful place in this world.

Indrani said...

Nice to know that the schools there leave half a day to pursue a sport of their choice, wish it was followed here too.
Yours is a cheery shot indeed!