Monday, April 23, 2007

At TV


Well, someone seeing this photo taken from tv-news Sunday evening, could say that it doesn't match at all with Torino (daily photo). It's not completely true. Torino is far only 100 Km (62.13 Miles) from France and we watch carefully to their election. Then I would like to recognize to French people my very small tribute to a country where more than 70 % of people went to vote. As French people would say: "Chapeaux" --- Ah, I must admit I would like that Ségolène Royal would win Presidential Election.

Bene, qualcuno vedendo questa foto scattata da un notiziario televisivo Domenica sera, potrebbe dire che nulla ha a che vedere con Torino (daily photo). Non è del tutto vero. Torino dista solo 100 Km dalla Francia e pertanto guardiamo con attenzione alla loro elezioni. Mi piace poi riconoscere ai Francesi il mio piccolo tributo ad una nazione in cui oltre il 70% degli aventi diritto al voto è andato a votare. Come gli stessi Francesi direbbero: "Chapeaux" --- Ah, devo ammettere mi picerebbe che Ségolène Royal vincesse le elezioni Presdienziali.
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13 comments:

Nikon said...

Nice shot - I'm new to digital photography & wouldn't know what speed to use :)
You are closer to France than I thought - interesting politics in both countries!

isabella said...

Fabrizio - we are both about French elections today!
Don't lose hope - Ségolène might still win (but I doubt it ;-)

GiuCe said...

French presidential election is the day notice ^^

Anonymous said...

sarko sarko sarko!

edwin s said...

great post Fabrizio. as far as I'm concerned, politics has no boundaries and one country's decisions always affects another.

Dsole said...

Making a photo of the TV is hard and you made it really well!
I have spent the weekend out of town, no TV, so i don't really know who won the elections.. I hope the future president to be an honest person!
Cheers

angela said...

I agree with Edwin; one country's government affects the rest of the world..
Great shot from the TV. I've never managed to take a clear one.
Angela

Sally said...

It's interesting - goign around the blogs I have the feeling Segolene would win if it were DP bloggers deciding! Maybe there's something about being open to the world....

Nathalie said...

Hey Fabrizio, nice to see your involvment in the French elections, I liked it!

Unfortunately Segolene's future as a President is less than assured. But... there are still 2 weeks to go!

Thiên said...

It is amazing, isn't it, the high voter turnout. I think that is great.

I've enjoyed looking around on your blog. It would be so wonderful to see your country in person! Maybe one day.

ottoemezzo a-live said...

Tifo Segò!

Maybe, one day we will see an italian
Segolene.
Just a little utopia
;-)

Sabina

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

anonymous, why not to declare your name? I may have different opinion but your preference is welcomed.

To everyone else, thank you so much.

Massim. said...

Piacerebbe anche a me :-)