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Where nature luxuriates in the light and sunshine of the Midi (or of Southern France)
Explanation: I wouldn't say greedy nature - sounds stupid. I think "luxuriate" gets the idea across
mckinnc Local time: 03:54 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 20
Thanks again - sounds very good and appropriate.
27 mins confidence: peer agreement (net): +1
Explanation: or opulent nature
Parrot Spain Local time: 03:54 Works in field Native speaker of: English
28 mins confidence:
Explanation: I agree with Mary, in this case the nature is basking with "voracity" in the sun and light, as if trying to drink in all that it can, so maybe you could use the term "gourmand", which is quite English and at the same time conveys the idea of being in France
Giuseppina Vecchia Italy Local time: 03:54 Specializes in field Native speaker of: French, Italian
Where all nature has to do all year round is sit back and bask in the sunshine and light
Explanation: Toyed with the ideas of 'greedy', but couldn't come up with anything that didn't sound horrid! I think the best way would be to express that nature is lucky or priveliged ... and the above is my first attempt.
Where the flora and fauna can revel in the year-round sunshine.
Where nature can revel in the sunshine all year round.
Just a few ideas ...
Mary Worby United Kingdom Local time: 02:54 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 10