My first acquaintance with the Alps was quite short but very relaxing. We went to Annecy (you can see some photos in my previous post), a town in Haute-Savoie, because we heard it was a great place to visit. Its … Continue reading
Pointe Courte is a small fishermen’s village in Sète. A charming place with colorful one storey houses, cats in every corner and lots of light.
Gabriel’s first “animal” word is crocodile which sounds more like “ka-ka”. He learned it from his book “My first animals” and his favourite cartoon hero happens to be Crocodil Gena (from the russian cartoon “Cheburashka i Crocodil Gena”). He didn’t … Continue reading
Living in a city makes me enjoy the countryside more than ever. What can be a better pause from hustle and bustle than a quiet walk in empty fields lit with sunshine and ruffled by light wind!
You have already seen the main street Nationale in Marché de Lectoure and today I invite you to have a walk through time in the small streets of this charming town with some beautiful stone buildings where Past becomes Present.
Beauval is one of the most important zoos in Europe with more than 4600 animals and 400 different species, also classified among 15 most beautiful zoos in the world. Its vast territory and the variety of scenes invite you to … Continue reading
Recently I’ve discovered Robert Adams’ black and white photography thanks to my husband who took me to an exhibition in Jeu de paume. I found his landscapes beautiful with their soft shades of grey and full of light. So when … Continue reading
It was on a grey rainy day, just like today, that we discovered the café librairie “Le Cochon Bleu”. We weren’t lucky because it was cold and wet during the most part of our stay in Lectoure, a small town … Continue reading
On Easter Monday we were taken to Lille by our friend Igor. It was raining all day, cold northen wind was blowing reminding us that we were in the north of France. So we didn’t have a chance to see … Continue reading