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A roadtrip in Provence

It’s on my way to a  Wedding in Provence that I took some time off to explore Provence. I’ve spent my teenage years in South of France, near Toulon and Hyères, but at that time, I didn’t have a car (because no driver’s licence yet !). So that’s quite later  in my life that I finally get…

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2017 – an extreme year

Oh wait, it’s 2018 already and I havn’t wrote a retrospective of my year 2017 on the blog ! (but I have for my knitting blog though) So let’s do this !!! As mentionned in the title, 2017 has been an extreme year for me. Way different from 2016, and because of that, I stare…

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Photo project – “Violin at the hospital”

In 2017, I worked on a photo project very important to me : a documentary about a violonist who plays music in pediatric intensive care hospital departement. This blogpost won’t show you that much photos of this project, that’s a choice, and I’ll explain later on this post, and instead, I’m going to tell you…

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Exploring the Pilat on a vintage moped

Do you know where the Pilat regional park is ? It’s a natural park located between St-Etienne and Annonay, South of the Loire County, nearby Ardèche and Isère. The Loire tourism office  and the Pilat one were organising, with the  igers St Etienne community, a day trip to discover and visit the Pilat area, with a few tasting…

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A wedding near Chambery (French Alps)

When you decide to get married in Chambery in Fall, there is more risk to have a rainy wedding. And even if I often tell brides and groom that there are plenty of options to manag a rainy wedding (accessorize it, and think about various location for your couple photo session), it is, most of…

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2016, a busy year

I wanted to call this post “2016 an intense year”, but I just realise that’s the title I gave to sum up 2015 🙂 2016 will be over in just a few more hours, and it’s time for me to reflect on this year, and set up my goals and hopes for this coming year……

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Saffron harvest in central France

Trying to socialise and explore this new part of France where I settled down a little while ago,  I randomly ran into a chance to explore a saffron farming, “Safran dans volcans”, and meet Michel, passionate about this flower and this precious spice. The good thing when you don’t know nothing, is that there is plenty…

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NOPE, shearing a sheep is not violent

For a long time now, knitting and fibers in general have taken a big part of my life… A form of art thanks to yarnbombing and a way to create in general. Thinking about it, I came to realise that I’ve been knitting for far longer than I’ve been taking photos, and “working” with yarn (wool, alpaca,…

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Blueberry picking in the wild Forez

Few months ago, I was telling you about an instameet in  Forez, discovering winter entertainment in that area. This summer Tourism office of Loire Forez organised an event with  Loire Tourisme , and Musée de la Fourme de Sauvain, and of course Igers St Etienne, and it was about spending a day picking blueberries, on August 17th Blueberries, I eat them…

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One day of transhumance in Cantal (France)

In love with Cantal area from the first time I went there, and in love with yarn and everything related to it, walking and see a sheep transhumance seemed like an awesome thing to do. Thanks to my new spinner and knitter friends around here (Christelle, alias Seraphita), I’ve disovered that it was possible to hike and follow a…

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