Before this week's photofriday.com theme changes- the photo duo strikes again.
Metz, Septembre 2010
p_ff: Yes, I snoozed through the official start of daybreak at 7:07 am last Sunday in France. I must admit, je n'ai jamais été une personne matinale. Still, morning person or not, I managed to catch some traces of daybreak: a vestige of warm sunrise colors in the clouds, the empty streets, the "night lights" spotlighting architectural features of the hotel still aglow. In the German Imperial District (city was ruled by Germany from 1871-1918) on our side of the Avenue Foch, from a fourth floor terrace: I was still enjoying the calm that is usually associated with the break of dawn.
Fain-lès-Montbard, Juin 2008
kk: An early morning peek through fogged windows at the rolling green lawn of the Château De Malaisy near Dijon suggests we are the only guests at this 17th century mansion turned hotel. June is still pre-tourist season in much of France, and the peace and quiet suits us just fine.
daybreak = die Morgendämmerung = l'aube (f), la pointe (f) du jour
-from the "Leo" online dictionary German to French (and English, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Russian)