Posted on April 3, 2020
When we bought our
ruin house, there was a deconstructed old cart in what we now call our ‘Salon’ but was then a dirt-floored room that had probably housed livestock back in the day.
Posted on March 27, 2020
Cee’s topic this week is birds. As selective colour is permitted – and, I think, really works in this case – here is an owl (I’m afraid I cannot remember what kind).
The plumage is black and white in any case, so all I had to do was desaturate the greens in the background. Those orange irises are really very striking.
Posted on March 20, 2020
Posted on March 13, 2020
The bateaux mouches are the tourist boats that ply the River Seine in Paris. Business wasn’t so good on this particular day….
Posted on March 6, 2020
Down here in la France profonde, the more common causes of circulation perturbée (traffic problems) – such as roadworks or a jack-knifed lorry – are just as likely to be supplemented by finding yourself on a country road behind a local farmer in the process of moving his flock of sheep from one field to another.
The ubiquitous white van is the modern-day sheepdog.
Posted on February 28, 2020
Posted on February 21, 2020
There are many ‘roads’ like this one around here – access tracks for agricultural equipment. You certainly wouldn’t want to try and get your shiny new roadster along here, or even your flash SUV, probably.
It has been a very wet winter here and the ground is very muddy, which accounts for the almost three-dimensional set of tractor tracks in this image.