I am a French / French sign language interpreter. The world is my playground. Home is wherever my backpack is, wherever the wind and my whims take me. Curious traveler (39 countries visited so far), crazy about heights, amateur photographer, newbe yogi, motivated trekker, passionate (sky)diver, clumsy writer, I'm always looking for the next happy moment !
On an eco-friendly journey, every day more conscious of the consequences of my actions on the environment, I also avidly learn about any trick I can live by and share, to make the world a better, greener and safer place for everyone.
Currently based back in southern France for work, learning Japanese, discovering permaculture, I’m also planning my next getaway !
17 commentaires sur “Photo of the Month: Cliffhanging in Etretat”
Great shot Juls. They nicely mirror some English south coast cliffs not so far away.
Do they? I’ve never realized.
..il y a de quoi faire pour les passionnés de « grimpette »! Profiter d’Etretat sous un beau soleil…tu as eu une très belle journée 😃
Suis trop contente de cette journée! Je la détaillerai davantage dans un autre article.
There are some amazing cliffs in Normandy. Thanks for sharing this one. My favorite moment this month was our visit of Philadelphia for our younger daughter’s graduation. We had a great time and many family bridges in my husband’s family were mended.
Normandy sure is one of France ‘s gems.
Glad to hear you had such a great time and that family got reunited. Cheers to that!
That is absolutely breathtaking!
wow, what a stunning view! ..uuhh, I would prefer to enjoy your photo instead of hanging by myself in that cliffs. 😀 😀 😀
The view is fabulous. I didn’t hang either, just walked along the cliff. But sometimes, it really looked pretty dangerous..
Lovely view. It looks a little bit similar to the cliffs at the Algarve/Portugal… …but as I remember they appear not that high as on your pic.
Never been to Portugal… I’ll check the view via Internet 😊
really worth to go! Check the area westwards of Faro. 🙂 …and then, Lisbon, of course!
Thanks for the tip!