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Is social media killing good manners? | Creative Ramblings - A Blog by Cendrine Marrouat

Is social media killing good manners? | Creative Ramblings - A Blog by Cendrine Marrouat | Social Media for Photographers | Scoop.it
I was raised to be polite, show respect, and say thank you -- a LOT. I was taught that a grateful and genuine attitude will always take you far. Unfortunately, I do not think everybody got the memo.
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Cendrine Marrouat curates the best social media content to help you take your photography business to the next level. She also shares her latest photos for you to enjoy.
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An abandoned farm – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Last year, when I came back from my trip to France, I heard that there was an abandoned farm about 20 minutes away from where I live. The land is located on Dugald Road and is very easy to miss. It took me a while to find it. I have a strange fascination for dilapidated …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (10) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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During WWI, Georges Latécoère founded the Aeropostale, a pioneering aviation company that specialized in airborne postal services. Destinations included Morocco, Barcelona and South America. It also boasted talented pilots like Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. In the 1930s, the company was hit by the financial crisis and integrated with other aviation companies into newly created Air France. …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (9) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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After the final battle of the Napoleonic Wars, during which the British army entered the city, Toulouse did not follow the movement of the first Industrial Revolution. The new technology was only embraced around the mid-19th century. The advent of railways helped Toulouse progress economically. Unfortunately, its narrow, medieval streets proved an impediment to the development of …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (8) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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In the 18th century, Toulouse became a leading city in the field of law. It also took advantage of its new city planner. Louis de Mondran designed parks inspired by English painters and philosophers, three of which still exist today — the Boulingrin (or Grand Rond), the Jardin des Plantes, and the Jardin Royal. (I talked about …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (7) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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The end of the Pastel era saw the birth of French Wars of Religion. Those lasted for more than three decades — until the publication of the Edict of Nantes (1598). In 1562, street riots between Huguenots and Catholics claimed 3,000 lives. In the Saint-Georges district, 200 houses were burned. During the second part of the 16th century, the local …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (6) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Toulouse is famous for its Capitouls. The council of chief magistrates was born after Count Raymond IV’s death (1152). Eight men were selected for a year to rule the state. The number increased to 12 in 1176 and 24 in 1222. Each of them represented a district of the city.  The Capitouls settled in the Capitole, …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (4) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Last week’s post ended with a view of Toulouse’s old Roman wall. Toulouse was integrated into the Roman empire during the 2nd century BC and boasted aqueducts, theatres, therms and a forum. Actually, it was the fourth largest city in the western half of the empire! Toulouse changed hands quite few times. It became the capital of …
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A visit to France – Château d'Amboise - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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After Chambord and Blois, let me introduce you to another major castle in the Loire Valley — Château d’Amboise. Located in the city of Amboise, the castle originally was a medieval fortress. It became a royal residence in the 15th century and the seat of the Court of King Charles VIII, who died there in …
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A visit to France – Château d'Amboise (2) - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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I loved visiting the Château d’Amboise. What amazing architecture! The city of Amboise is lovely as well. It is the definition of quaint as you will see in some of the photos below. After doing some research, I learnt a few interesting facts about the area. The name Amboise comes from “Ambacia.” This Latin word …
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A visit to France - Château de Chenonceau - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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I hope you enjoyed my post on Leonardo da Vinci’s last home. I now have another treat for you — Château de Chenonceau. Located near the village of Chenonceaux in the Indre-et-Loire département, the Château de Chenonceau is also known the Château des Dames (Ladies’ Château). It was built in the 16th century on the foundations of an …
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A visit to France - Angers - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Even though we were on the move all the time during our mini road trip, we decided that sleeping in the same city would be a good idea. We chose Angers because it was rather close to all the areas we visited. Angers is located about 300 kilometres of Paris, in the Maine-et-Loire department, and at …
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Cendrine Marrouat Photography: Château de Chambord, France - YouTube

The Château de Chambord, which is the largest castle in the Loire Valley, was built in the 16th century over a period of almost three decades (1519–1547). King Francis I originally wanted it to be a hunting lodge. 

 

Chambord has 400 rooms, 80 staircases and 365 fireplaces! It is also located in a park that spans 5,000 hectares.

 

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A brief overview of social listening for small and personal brands: benefits, tools, and tips

A brief overview of social listening for small and personal brands: benefits, tools, and tips | Social Media for Photographers | Scoop.it
Hello Cendrine, I wanted to send a quick note to thank you for mentioning our company on your blog. Much appreciated, XXXX
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A visit to France - Surgères – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

As you know by now, I was born and raised in Toulouse, France. However, I spent the first ten years of my life in Surgères, a town near La Rochelle and the Atlantic Ocean. This place is dear to my heart because the lady I consider as my third grandmother lived there. (She passed away …
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Cendrine Marrouat Photography: Château du Clos Lucé, France - YouTube

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Interview with photographer Michelle Murosky – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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If you have followed this blog for a while, you know how much I love old-fashioned photography. You may even remember how I started my series of reminigrams. Earlier this year, I met photographer Michelle Murosky on Instagram. This family historian and genealogist restores old images. After perusing her blog, I knew she would make …
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Cendrine Marrouat Photography: Château d'Amboise, France - YouTube

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A visit to France - Toulouse (5) – Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Toulouse played an important role during the Albigensian Crusade. Raymond VI, its count, was a Catholic and a Cathar sympathizer. Toulouse was besieged several times. The last assault (1217-1218) saw the death of their leader, Simon IV de Montfort. “Simon stopped to aid his brother Guy, who had been wounded by a crossbow, and was hit on the …
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A visit to France - Toulouse (3) - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Let’s continue our walk in my hometown. (Part 1 can be found here. Part 2 can be found here.) Toulouse has been inhabited since the 8th century B.C. The original settlers lived in the hills overlooking the Garonne, a few kilometres south of today’s city center. The site was also conveniently located between the Pyrénées, the Mediterranean …
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Cendrine Marrouat Photography: Pisa, Italy - YouTube

Pisa is the capital city of the Province of Pisa and is nested in the beautiful region of Tuscany. Once a Roman colony and then a Christian bishopric, it became a flourishing commercial center in the 11th century and a center of woolen manufacturing two centuries later.

 

While it is famous worldwide for its leaning tower, it also has many historic churches and medieval palaces, as well as a 14th-century university and a Square of Miracles. And scientist Galileo Galilei was born there.

 

The origins of the city's name remains a mystery until today. According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, "Pisa lay by the sea until the 15th century, by which time accumulated silt deposited by the Arno River had completely cut the city off from the receding shoreline."

 

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A visit to France - Clos Lucé - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

Welcome to the Château du Clos Lucé, the castle where Leonardo da Vinci lived for a few years! Originally known as Château de Cloux, Clos Lucé was a built as a small fortress by Hugues d’Amboise in the 15th century. It is located in the vicinity of Château d’Amboise; both buildings are connected by an underground passageway. In …
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A visit to France - Château de Chenonceau (2) - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Chenonceau was the last stop of my visit to the Loire castles. I cannot believe we have reached the end of the trip already! Well, before leaving the area, let me show you more photos of the Château de Chenonceau. (Part 1 is here.) I have to admit that I enjoyed the gardens more than …
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A visit to France - Toulouse - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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If you have followed this blog for a while, you have already seen a few photos of my hometown. At the end of 2016, I needed to stay in Toulouse for six months to take care of family affairs. It gave me time to revisit my favorite areas and take many photos. I won’t be …
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Merci d'avoir partagé ma vidéo, @Toulouse tourisme!
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A visit to France - Toulouse (2) - Cendrine Marrouat Photography

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Welcome to part 2 of my series on Toulouse, my hometown! (Part 1 can be found here.) When people ask me how I find subjects for my photos, I answer that I spend my time stepping on people’s toes. lol That’s because I am too busy looking up or down. My goal is to uncover …
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