low light, long shadows

The sunny autumn weather is continuing, although it has turned much colder over the last couple of days. We decided to make the most of it this afternoon with a walk around the nearby village of Domeyrat, which has a ruined castle and a very pretty old bridge over the River Senouire. The low light … Continue reading low light, long shadows


Mistletoe seems to be much more common in France than the UK. This is maybe because it needs clean air and established trees to thrive, and France is both more sparsely populated, and less intensively farmed. We often see the big, tangled balls of leaves and berries when the trees are bare in the winter. In … Continue reading mistletoe