Jackie's Forget Me Nots

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I will never forget Le Chenoua

August 25, 2015


When I was a child and living in Algiers I was taught a beautiful poem called ‘Le Chenoua’ by Albert Camus. I don’t know why but everytime I remember the words to the poem I long to return to Algiers My picture post is about this large and solid mountain that descends down into the mediterranean sea. Here is part of the poem in french . . .

Le Chenoua

Je desirée d’avoir le chenoua, cette lourde et solide montagne, decoupée dans un seule bloc, qui longe la baie a Tipaza de l’ouest , avant de descendre dans la mère. On appércois a loins…

In English it translates to. . .I wanted to review the Chenoua, this heavy, solid mountain, cut from a single block, along the Bay of Tipasa west, easing herself into the sea ….

photos by guitahmed

The road to Tipaza. Mt. Chenoua is in the background

I love the Mediterranean waters. You can faintly see Le Chenoua in the background

Thanks to Guitahmed I can enjoy looking at this again. sigh.

Route to Tipaza and Le Chenoua

In winter. Although there are only two seasons in Africa really

Thanks for the challenge!

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Today Was a Good Day.”

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