Chenonceau by xpas (164)
Porteplume (3412) 2015-02-22 6:55
Il y a qqchose de bizarre dans l'orthographe des noms... On écrit Chenonceau - sans X - pour le nom du château mais le nom du village est Chenonceaux - avec X
Trouvé sur le Net:
La différence d'orthographe s'expliquerait, selon des sources à confirmer, par une dame Dupin qui, étant propriétaire du château au moment de la Révolution française aurait voulu, par cette suppression du « x » final, marquer sa différence. Depuis lors, le château est majoritairement orthographié sans le « x » final, à la différence de la commune, qui porte invariablement cette lettre finale.
Bien amicalement - Viviane
J'ai changé le nom du village et ajouté le X
Petit Chou by mrmike1935 (3167)
Porteplume (3412) 2015-01-29 9:17
Bonjour mon petit Chou!
I am French you know... ;)
And I can say your french girlfriend liked you very much because it means something like "sweet pie" because it is about that kind of Chou which is meant...
Thank you for my daily smile!
Watercolor Sky by boyetdamot (59)
Porteplume (3412) 2015-01-27 23:52
Your two last photographs contains too much text other than copyright. Please be aware of the TOS and especially this rule:
Only photographs are permitted. Images may not be digitally manipulated in an image editing program ie, Photoshop except for the following reasons:
Copyright notices and (straight-edged, plain) frames
NB: Copyright/Watermark information must be discrete and may contain your name, but no graphics are allowed except for the copyright symbol produced by the keyboard (Alt+0169)
So "© Boyet Damot" is enough and acceptable.
Friendly greetings - Viviane / TE moderator
Best place in the world by yadavbho123 (16)
Porteplume (3412) 2015-01-27 8:41
Hi Yadav and Welcome on TrekEarth!
As a new member on TE you should carefully read our TOS :
* About notes
All photos must contain a note of a minimum of 40 characters in order to be uploaded.
Only meaningful notes will be considered, so please do not try to get around the issue by posting nonsense such as " fhgdfhd rthdfjgbnd fgjkfk".
The following other nonsensical notes will also be deemed inappropriate:
using your camera description/exif data as a note,
clicking the space bar until you have reached 40 characters,
repeating the same words or partial phrases over and over e.g.: "this is a flower this is a flower" and finally:
notes that merely describe the obvious, e.g. : "this is a man standing in front of a church".
Notes that fit any of the above criteria may be subject to deletion by our moderators.
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Thank you for having added a sufficient note!
Friendly greetings - Viviane TE Moderator