Mid October in Le Bourget du Lac, at the beginning of Autumn. Dead leaves always make up for a nice subject and I rarely forget to prepare my camera in Autumn. As in this picture from a few years ago with the golden Ginkgos in Montsouris. Autumn 2015 in Montsouris Towards the end of Autumn... Continue Reading →
There is a lot of greenery on the Isles of Scilly and even when the weather's not too good (yes, it does happen!) there is always something nice and green to look at. Be it in the sea or on the island of St Martin's. There is something definitely Celtic about this landscape, the colours... Continue Reading →
I knew St Michael's mount in France but I had yet to see the Cornish version, a little way off the cost from Penzance. We enjoyed first class clouds on that day. Kelp über alles. A nice stroll all the way back to Penzance
This year, the Wife and I went to the Isles of Scilly. The only place on planet Earth where you couldn't suffer from the heat wave. Great place however. Beats the Costa Brava hands down. And it's part of what we, in Brittany, call "Keltia" (Celtic countries) too, so it's a bit like home. Rough... Continue Reading →
Exeter - Summer 2018 An old Georgian Post Box. As explained on this blog, the fact that there is nothing after GR (Georgius Rex) means that the Royal Mail Post Box was set up during the reign of George V (6 May 1910 – 20 January 1936).
The Paris Philharmonie (with an "e") is a brand new building by celebrated Architect Jean Nouvel. I had wanted to visit the building for a long time. Rooftop discussions on Escherian-type tiles. A few moments before the event, all started to move towards the huge Pierre Boulez Concert Hall for a not-to-be missed gig by... Continue Reading →