Is this a Farewell Snow?

Parc des Buttes Chaumont covered with snow


         In three days, that means 20 March, spring will officially start. My head was spinning with things to do and write about it. These included taking my camera to the Parc des Buttes Chaumont today to take some pictures of the budding flowers.

       But just like what Mick Jagger and Keith Richard have said, “You can’t always get what you want.” This does not mean however that you’re gonna get the worst. Sometimes, you would even get the best. I hope you can still follow my jibber-jabbering. I like this jibber-jabbering word. Anyway, what I really want to say is, I had wanted to go to the park to take pictures of the hints of spring but I ended up taking pictures of the falling snow invading the greeny Buttes Chaumont. It’s a "cadeau" actually because the last time it snowed like this, I was ill so I was not able to take photos.



Parc des Buttes Chaumont Entrance at Rue Manin
Parc des Buttes Chaumont 




        I thought that I was going to say goodbye to my puffer coat and scarf but the weather is a jester. So here we are prolonging our relationship and singing Bob Marley’s Long, Long Winter.


Bridge designed by Gustave Eiffel at Buttes Chaumont
On the bridge  designed by Gustave Eiffel at Buttes Chaumont

    


At the Parc des Buttes Chaumonts
Walk baby, walk!




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6 comments:

  1. She in Winter Wonderland, jibber-jabbering in puffer coat. Thanks for these fun words :D. Can't wait for the spring posts. Love the shots.

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    1. Thanks Girl in Mask! Cant wait for your next post!

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    2. Hehe, Thanks Girl in Mask. Can't wait for your next travel!

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  2. Ur welcome. Haha I'm thinking of writing another don't tell my dad. This is about our previous travel to Boracay

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