In trying to write this blog in English I hope finally able to start jabber a few words in this language. I will mobilise various tools for that my text be in accordance with the rules of grammar and spelling. Thanks for your corrections and comments.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

My Google earth tour - Blue Pacific 4














124 comments:

Marilyn said...

Qué lindo!!! Creo que es el mejor viaje hasta ahora!!! Felicidades!

Momo said...

Ho ! De verdad ? Tus comentarios son azucar, Marilyn, Graaaacias for the encouragement !

Marilyn said...

Sí, es que aluciné con el elefante!!!

Momo said...

Ha ! Bueno, voy a seguir con los swimming elephant entonces.

Bernard said...

Cuidado que los elefantes porque "Ça trompe enormement", especialmente en el agua parecen... no, no los quisiera asustar!
This trip of yours is getting iconic satellites! It's pretty tough nowadays to escape images.

krn said...

We arrive in warm waters, Momo, fishes are colored.
They are also waters where we meet these Chironex fleckeri.

These killers of the Pacific possess a poison which stops the heart and provokes internal bleedings. The death arises in 3 minutes!

Only four of them could kill an elephant.

krn said...

Carukia barnesi, as small as a nail, cause illness, spasms and painsIt is enough to be touched by only one of their tiny tentacles.

krn said...

Toxopneustes Pileolus
this starfish with multiple hairy arms is toxic too.

Momo said...

Nices creatures.

I have some sympathy for these animals rather pharmacological.

krn said...

I am well right to distrust pharmacists (moreover, I know about what I speak, my first husband was a pharmacist)

Momo, can you say to me why these killers of the seas are so nice for you ?

Momo said...

Hello Bernard,

I don't understand this sentences : "This trip of yours is getting iconic satellites! It's pretty tough nowadays to escape images".

Quelqu'un pourrait-il me la traduire ?

krn said...

"Ce voyage que tu fais attrape des images satellites, de nos jours,il est difficile d'échapper aux images". that is what I understood, Momo.

Momo said...

Je ne sais pas, peut être parce-que l'idée de poison ou de venin suppose un raffinement.

krn said...

Another killer, a very big tiger shark

Less dangerous than the big white shark, but I prefer not to meet it.

Momo said...

Merci krn.

Bernard, qui disait que "la vision n'est plus la possibilité de voir, mais l'impossibilité de ne pas voir" ?

krn said...

Momo, would you be a poisoner if you became a murderer? It supposes some premeditation...

krn said...

C'est vrai seulement en partie, Momo, il n'est pas de pire aveugle que celui qui ne veut pas voir.

Et j'aimerais tant avoir cette impossibilité de ne pas voir.

Momo said...

krn, do you know "Monsieur Verdoux" ?

L'impossibilité de ne pas voir ce doit être comme l'impossibilité de ne pas oublier, ça doit être, en somme, comme une hypermnésie post-traumatique.

Je ne le souhaite à personne.

Momo said...

Je vais aller faire une sieste, see you later, maybe about 3 or 4 am.... (... very tired).

krn said...

I am not very going to stay late this evening, Momo. I left early this morning and I drove for a long time today to visit customers.

Certain customers are as these venomous animals, we should not let them fool you or we loose much money.

Bernard said...

"This trip of yours is getting iconic satellites! It's pretty tough nowadays to escape images".
Ton voyage est en train de s'allourdir d'icones satellites!
Il est aujourdhui assez difficile d'echapper aux images qui sont si presentes dans nos media visuels.
Tout ce que je voulais te dire c'est que je preferais ton voyage lorsqu'il avait un visage plus "technique".

Bernard said...

"This trip of yours is getting iconic satellites! It's pretty tough nowadays to escape images".
Ton voyage est en train de s'allourdir d'icones satellites!
Il est aujourdhui assez difficile d'echapper aux images qui sont si presentes dans nos media visuels.
Tout ce que je voulais te dire c'est que je preferais ton voyage lorsqu'il avait un visage plus "technique".

krn said...

3 or 4 am ? but I wish you to sleep at these hours !
Let's speak in our dreams...
:-)

Momo said...

Monsieur Verdoux, http://www.charliechaplin.com/fr/articles/74

Bernard said...

Je ne connais pas l'auteur de cette phrase, Momo. I'm pretty sick right now (cold or allergy, how do you telll the difference?)and my brain is on a slow mode.

krn said...

Bernard, je comprends tout à fait, mais je pense que le voyage de Momo pouvait rester technique lorsque le trajet rencontrait des espaces variés.

Le Pacifique est très vaste. L'ennui se serait rapidement emparé de tous, fixant seulement cette ligne rouge sur un fond bleu des heures durant.

Nous vivons constamment dans l'image, elle nous appartient.

Momo said...

Bernard, c'est une méthodologie comme une autre, ici j'ai voulu inclure les images reçues dans les commentaires et de les mêler, de façon aléatoire, aux images de mon voyage.

Plus technique ? Tu veux dire avec les indications de temps, d'altitude, etc ?

Hum... Google earth n'est-il pas une sorte de Frankenstein d'images satellites ?

Momo said...

Bernard, c'est une méthodologie comme une autre, ici j'ai voulu inclure les images reçues dans les commentaires et de les mêler, de façon aléatoire, aux images de mon voyage.

Plus technique ? Tu veux dire avec les indications de temps, d'altitude, etc ?

Hum... Google earth n'est-il pas une sorte de Frankenstein d'images satellites ?

Momo said...

Bernard, c'est une méthodologie comme une autre, ici j'ai voulu inclure les images reçues dans les commentaires et de les mêler, de façon aléatoire, aux images de mon voyage.

Plus technique ? Tu veux dire avec les indications de temps, d'altitude, etc ?

Hum... Google earth n'est-il pas une sorte de Frankenstein d'images satellites ?

Momo said...

Bernard, c'est une méthodologie comme une autre, ici j'ai voulu inclure les images reçues dans les commentaires et de les mêler, de façon aléatoire, aux images de mon voyage.

Plus technique ? Tu veux dire avec les indications de temps, d'altitude, etc ?

Hum... Google earth n'est-il pas une sorte de Frankenstein d'images satellites ?

krn said...

Good night. It seems that"blogger" is not working very well.

Bernard said...

Momo la quadruple repetition de ton message m'a bien fait rire.
Ce que j'aime dans ton blog c'est la simplicite (purete?) de tes posts.

Bernard said...

Momo la quadruple repetition de ton message m'a bien fait rire.
Ce que j'aime dans ton blog c'est la simplicite (purete?) de tes posts.

Bernard said...

J'y ai eu droit aussi! Nous sommes tous des Frankenstein!

Momo said...

Ouais, Blogger nous a tous frankensteinisé today :-)

Bernard said...

Quand est-ce que tu dors? Il doit etre bien tard chez toi! Ici nous sommes 7 heures en retard.

Momo said...

Insomnie et quinte de toux, ça fait deux empêchements de dormir. La quinte surtout.

krn said...

Momo, je pense absolument que l'impossibilité de ne pas voir permet au contraire de ne pas être traumatisé par la découverte brutale de la vérité.

Fermer les yeux, c'est un refus.

krn said...

Good morning to both of you.
may I ask you I your night was still ?

Momo said...

Good morning, krn.

"May I ask you I your night was still ?" Kesako ?

I don't understand this sentence, krn.

Fermer les yeux, c'est un refus ?

Probable, il semble toutefois qu'il en va un peu autrement pour Zatoïchi.

krn said...

The sentence was "May I ask you If your night was still" we miss the F, I have to change my keyboard, it is old enough, some letters are hard to write.

Who is Zatoïchi ?

krn said...

How is your health today, Momo ?

Momo said...

Chère krn, je m'obstine à ne pas comprendre : -(

"Puis-je vous demander si votre nuit était toujours(encore) ?"

Le mot "still" m'apparaît quelque peu inhabituel dans cette phrase. Sans doute voulais-tu t'enquérir de notre nuit, et si elle avait été douce.

Zatoïchi

Momo said...

My health ? Alas, I continue to cough. I miss the lake :-(

krn said...

Puis-je te demander si ta nuit a été calme ? oui, douce peut aussi convenir.

still water = eau plate (sans bulles)
still night = nuit calme
keep still ! = restez tranquille !

Momo said...

Ho, indeed ! What polysemic word!

krn said...

To be faster cured, it is necessary to rest.

En français, ma recette pour les affections orl :
- un clou de girofle
- un petit morceau d'écorce de canelle
- une pincée de gingembre en poudre (pas plus, le gingembre enflamme les sens...)
- une feuille de mélisse.
(facultatif, une gousse de cardamome, qui donne un petit goût citronné)

En plus, c'est délicieux.

Momo said...

ça a l'air délicieux, en effet.

Cette quinte est en train de me fatiguer, dommage que je n'ai pas ces ingrédients sous la main.

Bon, il est vrai que je suis au miel et aux huiles essentielles d'eucalyptus, etc.

Ce traitement semblait plus efficace les autres années, peut-être que les virus se souviennent et reviennent mieux préparés l'année suivante.

Quoiqu'il en soit, Bernard a raison de dire que ça ralentit le cerveau.

krn said...

Momo, I did not know the polysemous word. I understood, because of roots, but I had never hear it.
I think you are more cultured than I am, and it's not the first time I think of it.

krn said...

Polysemous is the word which was given me by a dictionnary (TFD) for "polysémique" in french.

But I see in another dictionnary (Collins) that the translation is polysemic.

krn said...

adj. polysemous - of words; having many meanings
polysemantic :
having more than one possible meaning.

Finally, having many meanings is also having many words : polysemic, polysemantic, polysemous.

krn said...

Momo, don't wait too late.
I suggest you to go to bed now and to sleep.
I kiss you tenderly. I'll see you tomorrow.

Momo said...

See you tomorrow, krn, you are right I'm tired.

krn said...

:-*

krn said...

By taking me away from my screen, I noticed that the images were less and less blue to reach colored tints of the South peoples.
Would it be already a desire of Tahiti ?

Momo said...

In fact, krn, I arrived at Hawaii. I passed near the Midway island and Honolulu.

I start to find that this trip is absurd and useless.

Some thing doesn't work, but I don't know what.

And, I start to find this game little boring !

I know that something can be did, but my brain refuse go in this way.

I think that the pictures of Google earth are beautiful, but that isn't enough of course.

krn said...

Momo, I am going to say to you what I think with sincerity.
This journey is for you as the blank page of the writer.

It belongs to you to fill this page. This game that you say absurd, is there to stimulate your imagination.

Naturally, it is difficult, as any work of art, that supposes an effort.

For the moment, I found that you had very well worked. You may believe me.

krn said...

if you were near Hawaï, maybe you saw this, in pearl harbor.

Momo said...

Ho, thanks, krn. Your words are always clever.

You give me some courage.

The image of white page is very interesting, even if it blue :-)

And - excuse me of word - I am fed of this blue !!!!

I hope that I'll find some thing more funny.

Maybe the mistake is to have choised to follow a straight line.

Momo said...

Ho ! I suppose that is a memorial of the japanese attack. Funny !

Momo said...

Where did you found this picture ? Does you participate at some Google earth site ?

Momo said...

What bothers me is that this game look like less and less at a game, but at a penitence. I had fun more when I went where I wanted. Maybe that's a too much coercive game.

Momo said...

Erratum : I had "More FUN" when I went where I wanted. Maybe that's a too much coercive game.

krn said...

I searched on google "images pearl harbor google earth" that's all.

Momo, the straight line is the faster meaning to go from a place to another place.

You'll find nothing that you won't create, Momo.
You must search in your mind.

krn said...

Momo, the right sentence is "What bothers me is that this game looks less and less as a game"

Try to find an interest in that blue. What would you do if you were really in the Pacific ocean ?

krn said...

You can see this memorial here. But the boat is'nt visible. She is under the sea.

Marilyn said...

I want more swimming elephants...

Momo said...

Marilyn, I'll put more swimming elephant in the next step, only for you and krn.

Marilyn said...

:) yo hago viajes musicales... puedes leerlo en mi blog :)

Momo said...

Krn, what would I do if I were really in the Pacific ocean following the south pole in levitation ? Hum... the imagination don't work very well when the brain is too much full of worry.

Momo said...

Ho, viajes musicales en Google earth ? Voy por alli.

Marilyn said...

Hahaha! Nooooo
No en google, en mi mente... :p

krn said...

Momo, this water is the one of a new matrix where from you are going to be born in another life.

Don't worry. To be born again is always painful, but you are a winner. I trust you.

Momo said...

krn, you have a positive and beautiful way to see the things, thanks very much for your kind support.

Momo said...

I haven't the choise, I must be a winner if I want to finish this interminable trip. I must stay strong and to endure the blue.

krn said...

Think of me, Momo, my nightdress is blue as google earth tonight.

Momo said...

Thus that's like if I stole on your blue dress, krn.

Momo said...

Erratum : Thus that's like if I fly on your blue dress, krn.

krn said...

Once, you told me about "Lost", here is the place where it has been shot.

krn said...

I hope that fly upon my nightdress, even blue, would be less boring...
especially if you steal it.

You are right, all this blue makes us crazy.

krn said...

I looked for a wreck which would have allowed to tell a story, but they are all in the Atlantic Ocean.

krn said...

Momo, You may see that page.

It's the wreck of the passenger ship SS President Coolidge, the biggest wreck of the world poured during the second world war by striking an american mine.

And after seeing it, I'll go to be a wrecked ship myself in my bed.
Good night Momo.

Momo said...

Whouahahahaha, krn, you make me alway laugh. Thanks a lot to your sparkling mood.

Bernard said...

If I may intrude in this dialogue, blue is a mystical color. It's cool and leads to quiet meditation-on a fly why not.

Momo said...

I agree Bernard. In other respects, formerly the blue was the most expensive color, more than gold.

krn said...

Bernard, our ideas join on this beautiful color that is the blue. This deep blue is the one which opens ajna, the third eye.

krn said...

Momo, the blue is rare in the nature. The blue flowers are very small and we find the blue into the ground animals only in the eyes and on the feathers of some birds.

Momo said...

Krn, like this one
for instance ?

krn said...

How it is touching!

It seems so small and so fragile, and nevertheless, this bird of some grams lives alone outside and face all the rest of the nature.

Thank you Momo, for this beautiful image.

Momo said...

Krn, my third eye is closed since very long time. Lately, I think that it's in process of open slowly. The blue bird builds his nest little by little.

Momo said...

blue flower

krn said...

It is a very long way to open the third eye. I think you are in the right direction.

Momo said...

Do you know a poem whom the blue is the theme ?

Momo said...

What exactly the third eye ?

Momo said...

I'll go walking at the edge of the lake, but I can't yet resume swimming. The cough didn't yet finish. See you later :-)

krn said...

The third eye is the sixth chakra.
When it is opened, you can see the aura of the persons and know many things.

Momo said...

Est-ce les personnes clairvoyantes qui ont ce troisième oeil ?

krn said...

Non, pas seulement, tout le monde peut avoir cette ouverture sur une autre réalité.
C'est un travail spirituel en même temps qu'une bonne pratique de la méditation et une vie saine qui le permet.
C'est tout à fait à ta portée, mais n'attends pas que ça arrive par hasard. Un coup de panique et tout se ferme, je ne le sais que trop.

krn said...

Mais il existe des méthodes énergétiques permettant de dépasser ces problèmes. Ce n'est pas facile, mais c'est possible. Je suis en train de m'y intéresser.

Momo said...

Tu prêche à un convaincu, krn !

Bernard said...

Ai Weiwei a fait des bulles du bleu de cobalt Qui ont fait la reputation de la porcelaine chinoise.
http://lingni-net.blogspot.com/search?q=ai+weiwei+bubbles

krn said...

Belle performance. Une porcelaine de cette taille n'est pas facile à réaliser.
Mais je me risquerais à dire qu'il s'agit plutôt d'un bleu outremer d'argile et de soude, car le cobalt, sur la porcelaine, donne un gris bleuté qui rappelle les céladons et non une couleur franche comme celle de la "bulle"

Bernard said...

Je me demande quel est le pigment exact de ces bulles... Tu dois avoir raison, ce n'est peut-etre pas du bleu cobalt.

Bernard said...

J'ai oublie de te dire que ce n'est pas Ai Weiwei lui-meme qui les a faites (il y a l'air d'y en avoir 39) mais une manufacture qui fournissait deja la cour des empereurs Ming. a fait rêver...

krn said...

Je vais me renseigner, ma soeur est peintre sur porcelaine à Limoges, elle sait certainement de quoi il s'agit.

Cette manufacture utilisait certainement des pigments à base de produits naturels, à cette époque, la chimie était encore de l'alchimie.

krn said...

I cannot sleep. About blue, I really feel blue.
It came out of the blue.

Tonight, I feel as if I was guilty of something as having taken the tail of the cat and keeping the hairs in my hand.

The cat has gone... and I can't do nothing to make her coming back.

krn said...

Sorry, I can do nothing.

Bernard said...

krn, pourras-tu me donner une reponse au sujet de ce fameux bleu? Chais pas pourquoi mais je suis impatient de savoir...

krn said...

Bernard, je te promets de te donner cette réponse dès que ma soeur m'aura répondu elle-même.

Momo, you are a dangerous krn-killer. Say just one single little word, and I'll come back to life.

Momo said...

Don't worry my dear krn, I'm just busy, but I think at you (tenderly).

krn said...

Thank you, Momo, I was never happier to see you. :-)

Momo said...

@-'-,--

krn said...

Momo, I do not want to take you your time if you are busy.

Thank you for this attractive rose ascii.

Momo said...

You never take my time, krn !

That's you who made me to know the ascii art, krn.

krn said...

You are right, Momo, I must say that you give me a part of your time, as I give you a part of mine, because we like to spend this time together.

I made you know ascii, but you use it in a very kind manner.

krn said...

I decided to begin again to publish more alive articles on my blog.

In the afternoon, I wrote an article on the meeting of the friends of the nettle which is going to take place near to my home.

Momo said...

Really ? Friends of the nettles ? Wow !!!!

You are very lucky, krn ! You'll go have neighbours who love nettles !!!

That's the grace !

krn said...

Go and read it on my blog, you will see that it is very serious.

krn said...

Momo, I must go at my neighbour's.
I'm coming back as soon as possible.

Momo said...
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Momo said...

Ho !!!! Mais quelle heureuse et gracieuse nouvelle !

Krn, il faut absolument que tu passe le bonjour de ma part à ces gens délicats et sensés.

Car, j'en suis persuadé, le salut de l'humanité est dans les mains de ce type de personnes.

Qu'ils soient bénis !

Peut- être, pour conclure, dois-je signaler au passage que les orties, outre les qualités diététiques et curatives que tu as mentionnés dans ton billet, sont réellement délicieuses.

Momo said...

Ho, yours nettles neighbours ?

krn said...

No, Momo, my nettles's neighbours are all the same at almost 50 km. The neighbour that I visited is nearer.

krn said...

I have just read that the stinging nettle regenerates the renal function.
It is a true luck for me. I shouldl lose nothing to try.

Maybe I should avoid the total degeneration of the kidney which was poisoned by the medicine.

If stinging nettles really give me this chance to find my normal functioning, I shall owe you several years of life.