Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Thoughts


I pictured this statue at the Tuileries garden by sunset. I thought it tells the feeling I had yesterday when learning about the Air France flight crash. I work for this airline and my thoughts go to my colleagues and passengers who were on board . Sad days.

11 comments:

tapirgal said...

The world is feeling sad with you. . . . I'm in Oregon, USA, and this is the first thing we heard about this morning (or yesterday morning, since it's morning again). I know that many people are thinking of the passengers, crew, families, and co-workers.

glduro_marieloupe said...

Laurent, in the France-Brazil Year, the airbus crash was very sad. We both countries lost so much friends in there. We all regret our loss.

Vogon Poet said...

My thoughts for everybody concerned. A sad day for all us.

StyleSpy said...

Tapirgal is right -- I'm in Texas and folks around here were also shocked & saddened. Heartfelt sympathy to all.

Frank said...

It is a very sad time for your countrymen and the world when a tragedy such as this occurs. It's heart-breaking. The statue expresses it so well.

Harriet said...

The statue depicts my feelings concerning the AirFrance crash. I am thinking of the many families with loved ones lost. A very sad time.

This photo says it all. You should win some sort of award for the best photo-blog in memory of all the passengers who lost their lives!

Now I have a good case of the jitters thinking about my upcoming flight.............

Virginia said...

What a touching photo and post. Prayers and blessings to all who lost loved ones and colleagues.
V

Ursel said...

Yes, what a tragedy! Your photo represents the feelings around it very well.

Nadege said...

That is a very touching photo, and that is how I feel, very sadden by this tragedy.

Hilda said...

I just read about the crash this morning in our papers — awful. My prayers for everyone in the plane and all their loved ones.

henny said...

My deep condolences to all victims and their families . Sorry for my late visit.