Monday, October 19, 2015

19/10/2015 More photos of yesterday and a record of the laurel hedge yesterday and today. Broad Beans and cabbage planted.

Maximum temperature 18C, minimum 3C.  49 km/h NE wind. Dry.
The hand made flowers.

Bee Products.

In one of the gardens...

and his wife!

Repairing chair seats.

Safran or in English Saffron.

Stone work.

Cave de St Sornin.

Wine products.

Wooden people :-)

This was made for me in less than 2 minutes. If you have never heard of encaustic art it is worth looking up.

The hedge yesterday....

and today.

Also yesterday...

and today.


  1. I'm always amazed by your photos - a world that I didn't even know existed!! I'm just a simple rancher's wife who loves an occasional wild flower. Not much culture here in Central Texas either! Thanks for sharing something "new" for me!!

    Blessings and hugs!

    1. Doniene I know exactly what you mean. I lived in Rhodesia and South Africa for 50 years and spent 3 years as a farmers wife with crops and dairy herd. Europe was a culture shock for me at first and when I see buildings that have been around for 1000's of years the mind boggles. Have a good week Diane


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