Monday, 6 July 2009

Le Fabuleux Destin de...



On Saturday, I visited a little fishing village in North Yorkshire about an hour or so from where I live called Whitby. The first stop when we arrived, was for a cappuccino and scone. We came across this tiny little cafe, so tiny you could barely move. And yet, as I looked around and started taking some photographs, I realised that it reminded me very much of one of my favourite films Amelie. I think I enjoyed my coffee and cake that little bit more.







21 comments:

  1. oh noo!! do you know the link to her blog??

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  2. Oh, it's true, it's very Ameliesque :-)

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  3. amelie really is one of the greatest love stories. i was just watching it a couple of weeks ago!

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  4. What gorgeous interiors!

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  5. I adore this movie, it is truly a materpiece!
    Gorgeous photos!

    xx

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  6. i hope its just a rumour definatley :) and ooh i've been to whitby before it's so lovely and i love the pictures, i can see what you mean about it being very amelie-ish :)

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  7. I love Whitby! Did you get fish n chips?

    I'm in W Yorkshire (Leeds).. whereabouts r u from?xx

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  8. Wow, what an absolutely beautiful cafe :)

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  9. Wow I do like the look of that place and I love Amelie - such an amazing film and a feast for the eyes. Thanks again for tagging me I really enjoyed putting together my 'Little Things'

    Polly x

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  10. Amelie! unforgettable movie. the picture are indeed lovely... like a world out of this world.. :)

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  11. I love the glow these pictures have!

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  12. thank you all for your lovely comments. amelie is indeed a wonderful film, i never tire of watching it.

    v - yes, you have to have fish n chips in whitby! and a huge ice-cream! i'm in newcastle - not far from you!

    pf - no problem, it was a fun tag

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  13. Those little ladybugs are so cute!

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  14. Oh Amelie is my favourite film too!!

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  15. as - the little ladybugs (or ladybirds as we call them in the uk!) were chocolate but they looked so cute all lined up i didn't want to buy one to eat as it would disrupt the cuteness!

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  16. omgosh totally!!! i luv your photos, so beautiful and rich.

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