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Hiking on top of Puy de la tache on a pretty Fall evening

Puy de la Tache is located beside Col de la Croix Morand, in Central France (le Puy de Dôme). It’s about 50minutes drive from Clermont-Ferrand, one of the biggest city in Auvergne. Col de la Croix Morand  (croix morand PASS) is 1401meters high, and Puy de la Tache all the way to 1629meters. The first…

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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 week-end in Leucate

Leucate, is a small town and peninsula in South of France, about 40min drive from Perpignan and an hour to the Spanish border. I didn’t know this part of France, until I was in charge of taking photos of  a wedding in Leucate.  And since now, Fall is coming and winter is just around the…

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Fontfroide Abbey

Fontfroide abbay is a  12th century cistercian abbey. I’ve heard about it thanks to my friend Jean, who created the Gregorian Chorale of Luxembourg and is also a member of the  Paris gregorian chorale When he mentions Fontfroide it felt like this place was breathtaking, and each time he went there to sing, I guessed on…

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1970 miles in the wild Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest, is the area including my beloved state of Oregon but also Washington state in USA, but also a bit of Canada, called British Columbia. A part of the world quite extraordinary (my very favorite one in North America, although I don’t know Canada). I’ve lived in total a year in Oregon, and…

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Exploring Brehat Island

Brittany, ô pretty Brittany ! If there is one thing I don’t regret, when I’ve decided to be a wedding photographer all around the country, it’s that I get the chance to explore the world a little bit more, and discover beautiful places. So here are my photos, as a tourist, about Brehat island, where I…

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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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Hiking on top of Plomb du Cantal

Because I lived for 10 years in Paris before settling down in Auvergne, the only “Plomb du Cantal” I knew was a very yummy restaurant near Montparnasse train station, where I get to taste my very first “truffade”  (and all the others I had after that because it’s soooo good !) 🙂 But now that…

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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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A year exploring Auvergne

It’s been a year now, that I’ve settled down in Auvergne, an area in central France. A region totally unknown for me, I barely spent a week-end in Clermont-Ferrand before that (CF being the biggest city) But, I was craving for nature, fresh air, and also a way to stop thinking about Oregon I already…

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