04 December 2008

Fête Nationale - Homage to the Prince


Probably the most moving moment of the Fête Nationale is when the barriers are pulled back and the Monégasque citizens and residents are allowed to surge forward, wave their flags and cheer their Prince.

Tomorrow we'll see some close-ups of the Prince and his family.

9 comments:

Nathalie said...

Oh gee, you're mixing in with the royals now. Well, now that you've had access to the press stand nothing can stop you Jilly, can it?

I'm sure your little ripper of a zoom is going to surprise us yet again.

I loved yesterday's photo. It has colour and movement in just the right places, it is very dynamic. Good work Jilly!

Anonymous said...

Ha to say the least that was amazing, indeed. It was good to see they used the other windows as well, the impression from the other pics is that they all appeared in the one window. In all cases, a truly magnificent day for a truly mangnificent place.

maria said...

Jilly, you've done great at building the excitement. I've been gone for a few days and it's been fun to catch up with your pics - anticipation is part of the plan!

Hilda said...

Oh that's so nice! Does that happen only during the Fête Nationale?

Clueless in boston said...

Can't wait to see the royals tomorrow.

USelaine said...

It really is a perfectly pristine principality!

Ming the Merciless said...

I love the colors of the flags in this photo.

Great job on the photo.

Ming the Merciless said...

I love the colors of the flags in this photo.

Great job on the photo.

Ming the Merciless said...

I love the colors of the flags in this photo.

Great job on the photo.

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