one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
We're in Roquebrune now. On the beach near to Cap Martin. No sand here.This lady is well organised with her music and her knitting. You wouldn't want to be mixing sun oil with knitting, would you?
Beach and Sea
Your portrait from afar are as good as the closer ones. Great colours on the grey pebbles.
le sable fin a disparu ?
Oui, Olivier, nous sommes a Roquebrune. A Menton nous avons le sable fin.
Already nicely tanned! I admire knitters...I don't knit, but love knitted things.
If she is knitting a sweater or scarf, she will hopefully have plenty of time to finish it before winter.
Wouldn't want to be sitting and knitting on rocks either! She even has her toenails painted...really with it!
I think I might find a more comfortable place to sit and knit. But then, I don't knit so what do I know!
superbe la mamy avec son walkman non un walkmamy
I would have guessed it is a man but then read where you said, "lady." Men also knit so that was not much help.
I don't know, but I wish I had a pretty tan like hers!
I am still having trouble figuring out how those folks lie or sit on those stones! I remember the young lovers a while back. Now that I understand!HA I'd like a lounge chair please. I love to knit but haven't done it at the beach. Maybe I'll knit a scarf while in the country in France!
She might be knitting something for that biker the other day to wear!
I think there is a layer or two of padding in her towel. Those stones sure do look smooth . . . there must be some wave action there.
Great photo, really the kind of thing you would see on a beach here in Yorkshire, but here it would most likely not very sunny.
I can't think of a better place to knit, regardless of the uncomfortable stones!
Oh! My back ! I couldn't stay sat like that during a long time.Tanning or knitting, she has to choose.
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