Monthly Archives: December 2016

Lauzun — A Foggy Autumn Morning

It’s the village where I live. It was its aesthetic and charm that attracted me here in the first place, but most days these things go more or less unnoticed. Then one morning in October, a Saturday market day, it … Continue reading

Posted in Aquitaine, Autumn, Europe, Fall, Fog, Foggy, France, French, Landscape, Landscapes, Lauzun, Lot-et-Garonne, photography, Southwest France, Street Photography, Travel | 2 Comments


Corsica was always a mysterious place in my mind. Part of France but not fully embracing it, birth place of Napoleon, and possibly Columbus, it’s rugged landscape and isolated location have kept the culture very separate from the world. I … Continue reading

Posted in Coastal, Corse, Corsica, Europe, France, French, Island, Landscape, Landscapes, Mediterranean, photography, Travel | 3 Comments