Tag Archives: south of France

Fields of Lavender in Provence

After admiring recent posts of lavender fields throughout the United States, I wanted to add memories of lavender fields in Provence. In these  images, the blurs are not post production but caused by hanging out the door of a bus thanks to our helpful and permissive guide.  We did actually get to stand in the fields, check out the resident snails and bees and drink pernod. Every time I smell lavender it transports me to France.


French Gates in Provence

Beauty is in the details. In southern France, I couldn’t resist shots of old gates and shutters. Their age and color are responsible for tempting my camera. While playing, I layered other photos over them to create this result. Enjoy Provence!


WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Unfocused A sense of Mystery

Behind these ancient abbey doors in the south of France live the mysteries of the past.


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