Roses in Gonesse

A selection of roses from Gonesse around its beautiful village church. Such a shame this village was left in a derelict state. At least, things are starting to improve and a number of hovels are being rehabilitated or even pulled down. But let’s focus on the bright side of things.

 

The choir is getting ready for another rendition of Verdi’s magnificent requiem. Don’t miss the Dies Irae e Tuba Mirum.

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  1. You certainly did focus on the bright side of things, Yann. Lovely shots! And lovely music to accompany them also, even if I admit my partiality to Mozart’s Requiem.

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  2. Hi Heide, sorry about the late reply, could caught me during my traditional 2-week digital detox interval and the two weeks that came after that have been used to catch up and make up for lost time. Thank you so much for your kind comment. I should post some new pictures soon. Hope we’ll see each other again soon. Kind regards.

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