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PodEntrar `c’est vous, et moi….`

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“Car je crois en l’intrication quantique… Des photons indissociables…Toute modification de l’état de l’un entraînerait instantanément le changement de l’autre, même s’ils sont séparés par une distance de plusieurs millions d’années-lumière, et même si l’un n’existe plus.

Quelle soit amoureuse, amicale, indéfinissable, innommable, cette intrication, c’est vous, et moi….

Finalement, mes études de scientifiques m’auront quand même menée à cela…“

Anúncios

PodEntrar

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“ I remember your warmth
I remember it felt like home
I’m waiting for the night to fall

you know, I have the tendency to be happy…“


PodEntrar Une Photo, une histoire

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“J’aimerais que vous arriviez à cette heure de la nuit
Que vous me soyez plus proche encore…“


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PodEntrar AR

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PodEntrar `Depois da Chuva`

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Se você vai acordar todas as manhãs com o pensamento de que hoje vai acontecer alguma coisa boa, que assim seja!


PodEntrar! Sopro de nuvens

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© Todas as fotos incluídas neste site, estão sob a Lei do Direito Autoral nº 9.610, de 19 de Fevereiro de 1998. Uso da imagem somente com autorização do autora Nádia Jung

OBRIGADA,

Nádia.


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PodEntrar! Sopro de nuvens

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PodEntrar!

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Photography © Nadia Jung All Rights Reserved

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PodEntrar! “Life is but a breath of wind….“

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PodEntrar! “Ali se espera…“

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Preço: R$150.00

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PodEntrar! Litoral Cearense

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PRAIA – FORTALEZA/BR


PodEntrar `Trufa. France`

 

 

 

– Wine. France is known for it’s wine, particularly the South of France. It goes without saying that we thoroughly took advantage of the abundance of really good wine at ridiculously cheap prices.

On one particular night we arrived at a winery (at which would stay the night), and were greeted by an enthusiastic proprietor who, after a conversation consisting predominantly of sign-language and mutilated French, gifted us with one of her own bottles of wine.

In the morning we were taken on a tour of the wine distillery by a young man who who would soon assume ownership of the winery. He showed us the entire wine making process, offered samples of the wineries finest (it was only 10am but what the hell), let us rev his Ducati and sent us on our way with a few more bottles of red. Waking up in a winery in the South of France was neat.

– French villages. I’m completely and utterly enamoured with French villages. There’s nothing better than waking up, grabbing and expresso, and a pain aux raisin (my preference) before venturing into unknown alleyways, camera in hand. The pant boxes, the wooden shutters, the ancient architecture, the beautiful pastel colours, the silence, the cats, the cobblestone, the simplicity and the people, the beautiful people who so often are incorrectly labeled as rude and unaccommodating toward foreigners. In our experience, French people are extraordinarily friendly.

– The diverse landscape. Having covered a few miles in France, I’ve realised, contrary to my preconceived ideas, France is not all vineyards, green pastures and tiny villages. In fact, if you spend sometime travelling France you’ll discover quickly that France offers the aforementioned landscape, as well as beautiful pine ladened alps, gorgeous beaches, trendy cities, and in some areas I swear…

We have thoroughly enjoyed our time(s) in France and would love to share more about our adventures, but I think I’ll leave it at that.

I’ve left myself quite a task trying to give an account for both trips and I’m afraid the magnificence could not be contained in one post, or even several. That said, I’d like to leave you with a list of my favourite and or most memorable experiences/things pertaining to France.
https://nadiajungcapturas.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/podentrar-wine-france/


PodEntrar `Wine. France`

 

– Wine. France is known for it’s wine, particularly the South of France. It goes without saying that we thoroughly took advantage of the abundance of really good wine at ridiculously cheap prices.

On one particular night we arrived at a winery (at which would stay the night), and were greeted by an enthusiastic proprietor who, after a conversation consisting predominantly of sign-language and mutilated French, gifted us with one of her own bottles of wine.

In the morning we were taken on a tour of the wine distillery by a young man who who would soon assume ownership of the winery. He showed us the entire wine making process, offered samples of the wineries finest (it was only 10am but what the hell), let us rev his Ducati and sent us on our way with a few more bottles of red. Waking up in a winery in the South of France was neat.

– French villages. I’m completely and utterly enamoured with French villages. There’s nothing better than waking up, grabbing and expresso, and a pain aux raisin (my preference) before venturing into unknown alleyways, camera in hand. The pant boxes, the wooden shutters, the ancient architecture, the beautiful pastel colours, the silence, the cats, the cobblestone, the simplicity and the people, the beautiful people who so often are incorrectly labeled as rude and unaccommodating toward foreigners. In our experience, French people are extraordinarily friendly.

 

https://nadiajungcapturas.wordpress.com/2013/11/07/podentrar-aldeias/


PodEntrar! Me

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The past handful of months had felt like an slow emerge out of an ocean of head games, I had set myself to solve throughout the previous years. What began as a playful exploration of the mind evolved over the years into a lasting state of ever questioning and internal negotiation about what “I” was and how I could tune in with my environment. What the Fitzgerald!, these were and are potent questions and I was fortunate enough to encounter and rediscover companions, who were of great service to my reflective process, but the more I kept on insisting of asking, the more I seemed to be solely by myself. Being alone – being one with all. I didn’t get the grip. Many teachings from all over the places tend to encourage one not to give up on trying to solve these everyday contradictions. Especially enticed by western and eastern mystic traditions, I set out to live with the groups and individuals, who concern themselves with answers to the questions mentioned above.
And what a time I had. My habit of traveling and the hunger for novelty led me to experience, not only unknown regions of my mind, but also humans, who were living so differently from what I had previously known in my life that I started to get a taste of what I actually was looking for.#Julien#
Me from somewhere.