The Window Tower Of Uzes

Uzes was an impromptu stopover on our way to the Pont du Gard, part of the 1st century Roman aqua-duct, built to supply water to Nimes. This lovely medieval village in the Languedoc province, lies at the source of the Fontaine d’Eure and is the starting point of the aqua-duct. The first thing that catches your eye…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Solitary

“Life is for each man a solitary cell whose walls are mirrors” ~ Eugene O Neill To find out what ‘solitary’ means to others click here Thank you for visiting and have a great weekend!

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The Palais & The Pont

A delicious homecooked breakfast awaited us on the terrace of our gorgeous B&B along with this view! After five hectic days in the Côte d‘Azur, the thought of lingering in this beautiful terrace was very,very tempting. But our time here was limited and we had to reluctantly admit that we needed more time to master…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Create II

And here is my second and travel themed entry: Thank you for visiting and have a great weekend. Check out other lovely creations here Related articles: Weekly Photo Challenge Create I

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The Blue Shutters Of Provence!

Faded blue window shutters never fail to transport me back to Provence. To those quaint, sleepy villages perched atop sun drenched hillsides. Their narrow cobbled streets flanked by ivy covered stone walls and those weathered shutters painted that unique shade of blue. Aah, to wander down these streets again on a summer afternoon and linger over a…

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