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