That’s how Sète welcomed us at the beginning of September. The air was chilly, we couldn’t see much because of the fog so we quickly abandoned the idea of sunbathing (even though we were hoping to get some sun in … Continue reading →
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.
These pictures were taken at the very beginning of April in the South of France, on one of the days when it was not raining and the sun was generously sharing its warm rays. What a bliss after several days … Continue reading →
Going to a market is one of my weaknesses. We go to a market almost every week to buy some fresh vegetables and fruit, for me it is one the best ways to start the weekend. It was my grandmother … 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 →