Monday, 18 February 2008

Qui regarde qui ?



Les filles d'Adelaïde aiment regarder et écouter des musiciens de la rue. Mais je me demande, qui regarde qui ?

Adelaide girls love to watch and listen to street musicians. But I wonder;- Who is watching whom?

22 comments:

Calusarus said...

Everyone is looking at you. By the way, you're lucky to have such success with Adelaide girls

Marie said...

Les filles d'Adelaïde sont bien belles mais je préfère le musicien :-)

Utsav said...

Ah, now that's a post that makes one want to return to blogosphere!
Hi M.Benaut! :)

lynn said...

Such good-looking people there! Adore the top pic.

claude said...

La logique des choses veut que les deux belles filles regardent ce beau trompettiste et que le beau mucisien regardent les deux belles filles. Mais je suis comme marie, les filles sont jolies mais je préfère l'homme à la trompette. Ce qui est logique aussi !

Nathalie said...

Whose side are you on, m.benaut?
LOL

lynn said...

You must pop over to Dive's, M et Mme. Just gorgeous British villagey shots... lovely.

Maria said...

Lots of good looking people wandering around there...

dive said...

How come the girls who watch me play don't look like that? Dammit!

Jilly said...

I'm with Marie!

Ivan said...

Sorry. Look please here

Mme Benaut said...

Lynn: I've popped over to Dive's and had a look at his wonderful photos. Unfortunately I can't comment over there though as I'm not a blogger!
So, Dive - your photos are wonderful and the British seaside looks inviting even though it is a little chilly. It's 27 degrees Celsius here today; we have the Clipsal Car Race at the Victoria Park Racecourse today and I'm downtown waiting for M.B who is in hospital having some investigatory procedures done. He is fine, don't worry but hopefully this will explain his absence for the past 48 hours. He'll be back on deck later on this evening.
Nathalie, Maria, Jilly: These gorgeous girls were smiling at my nephew who took that particular photo. He is 30 and yes, very handsome with a quick, chatty wit which always gets a smile from the pretty girls. M.B takes great joy from employing a little "poetic licence". Hee, hee.

Jules said...

M B - you are incorrigible even if it wasn't you they were fluttering their eye-lashes at!!!

By the way one of those mangoes looks more like watermelons to me!!!

Maybe it is just jealousy!!

lynn said...

Mme do send M. my best wishes and hope all goes well.
Dive, you should change that setting; you can't possibly lock Mme out!
Mme if you need some light relief, i've written some new coffee break fiction at my Things UK blog. I will be doing more of the novel now too, very soon, i know i keep saying it, but i will!
Right now i'm busy looking for a watercolour pencil - damn - but that's another story. lol xx Put your feet up and escape for a few mins.

dive said...

Thank you, Mme. and apologies for the stupid setting; I'll take a look at that.
All the very best to Monsieur B.

M.Benaut said...

Howdy all my dear friends.

I've been a bit laid up the last couple of days but I want you to know that all the internal stuff still works and I'll be back ASAP.

Utsav, my dear friend in Bhutan. It is so nice to see your smiling face once more.

Jules; Fruit is so healthy for physical and mental well-being. I'm sure yours (in PNG) is streaks ahead of what's available in Oz.

As there's a full moon tonight, (Thurs. 21 Feb), I'm hitting the sack before my usual 2 AM and I hope to catch up with you all as fast as I can. The nurse said I was speaking French, coming out the anaesthetic. Something must be working right !

lynn said...

Wow i'm impressed, Monsieur! French even under such circumstances. I do hope you are feeling okay, get better and we'll all still be here waiting when you return.

Gypsy said...

Get better soon MB. I am wondering if you will feel up to taking photos of all the happenings in Adelaide over the Clipsal weekend. There will be so many great photo opportunities I'm sure.

Hi Madame, I miss you!!

Marie said...

M. et Mme Benaut, je viens de lire votre com sur mon blog. Je ne savais pas que vous aviez eu un problème de santé. Je vous souhaite un prompt et total rétablissement !

M.Benaut said...

Lynn, I wonder if I said, 'take care with that Knife", or 'with that Pig'. I once got the two words mixed-up, in Toulouse, to the great amusement of some shop girls !! Mais, maintenant, il ne fait rien.
Gypsy, I will try to get there if I can.
Marie, thanks for the kind wishes. When I see you in Septembre, we will out-shine ourselves !!

Anonymous said...

Madame Benaut
Plrease, could we have a photo
of your handsome nephew?!...
M.B Get better soon

Mme Benaut said...

Dear Anon.,
I will put in a good word with M.B as he makes the decisions on photos. Thank you for your well wishes.