While I was in Switzerland and France I missed a London heat wave, with temperatures going as far up as 33 degrees. I’ve been back a week and summertime is no longer a reality, I’ve said farewell to sunny days and my tan. I’m posting several photos I took in Cassis to evoke a little bit of the South of France on this blog, a stark but highly pleasing contrast to my city environment. A gentle tribute to a place I love. I hope you will like them. I’m seriously interested in photography and all its aspects, but I tend to focus essentially on illusory and romantic landscapes. What I like is observing and recording unstaged sceneries, with no preparation. An exploration in progress.
PS: Posting pictures of myself is always a challenge as I think it disrupts the vitality and balance of my blog. I’ve been doing it occasionally because I know that readers want to make a journey to the heart of the character/blog author but it is a huge undertaking. I absolutely love writing and I’m keen to concentrate on that activity.
I took all the pictures except for the portraits courtesy of my husband!
For those of you who are interested I’m wearing a Maje biker jacket and vintage purple hippie dress from ebay, the turquoise beaded necklace was made by the lovely Carlen Altman of Jewish Rosaries.
Also wearing a classic French red and white Breton top from Armor Lux with my gold Pamela Love snake ring and gold Aurélie Bidermann “peace” ring.