victoriousvocabulary:

CLAIR DE LUNE
[noun]
1. moonlight. Literal translation: “light of the moon”.
2. a pale, greyish-blue glaze applied to various kinds of Chinese porcelain.
Etymology: French, clair (light) + de (of) + lune (moon).
[Ivan Aivazovsky]

victoriousvocabulary:

CLAIR DE LUNE

[noun]

1. moonlight. Literal translation: “light of the moon”.

2. a pale, greyish-blue glaze applied to various kinds of Chinese porcelain.

Etymology: French, clair (light) + de (of) + lune (moon).

[Ivan Aivazovsky]

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The view from one of our tea house rooms (roughly $2 a night) walking our way to Gokyo.  Trekking through Nepal’s Himalayas isn’t as expensive as some people might think.B-Sides from 'Lakes of Gokyo'

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The view from one of our tea house rooms (roughly $2 a night) walking our way to Gokyo.  Trekking through Nepal’s Himalayas isn’t as expensive as some people might think.

B-Sides from 'Lakes of Gokyo'

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Twin Falls, Yoho National Park ➾ Jayme Gordon

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