06 april 2009

My World no 5

Let’s look over the hilltop towards the sunrise


When reaching the top of the hill we look over the vinyards and we can see over to Alaigne. One of the circular towns in du Razès. Farther away we can find Limoux, Perpignan and Collioure at the seashore of the Mediterrainian.

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I just love these “screaming” trees. There are patches with vines everywhere.

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This town has it’s own little store and a restaurant


On the way to tghe church



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Just the typical small chemin. No parking here

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And we turn back home

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And then left.  

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And do enjoy the rest of the world here: mwtblack

17 kommentarer:

Neil Tasker sa...

Lovely journey, beautiful pics. I just love your part of the world.

Louise sa...

How beautiful! I love the valley,the tree-line lane and the quaint streets. All so lovely!

erin sa...

nice tour...enjoyed the scenery and little town.

SandyCarlson sa...

I love the pastoral scenes and the narrow roads and the town scenes. They felt very peaceful. Thanks.

Mary Elizabeth sa...

Lovely place. Great shots! This place seems so lovely and quiet.
Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful week.
Mary Elizabeth Now and Then.

kayleen sa...

Lovely series of photos. Thanks for sharing.

Nebraska Birding

Martha sa...

I love all you streets, they pull me in and invite me to explore. Great post.

Carver sa...

Thank you for taking us along with you through these photographs. Such an attractive place.

Reader Wil sa...

Typically French places! Great Photos! Thanks for showing. Thanks for your visit.

Babooshka sa...

As we turn back home. I loved how you describe your journey. I just want to drive along with you. My favourite country, is always so beautiful.

Janie sa...

Thanks for the tour. What a beautiful, unique little town.

Arija sa...

I love the French countryside, its villages and small towns, crisp bread, fabulous local cheeses and patisseries, morning coffee from a pottery bowl and the discovery of the occasional superior chef in a small village...ah to be in France again.

Robert V. Sobczak sa...

Beautiful views ... thanks for sharing.

mrsnesbitt sa...

Wonderful! We are touring France in September, I can hardly wait!

Brit' Gal Sarah sa...

These pictures so remind me of childhood holidays in France, lovely.

Clara sa...

Thanks for the lovely tour. Beautiful pictures.

Oz Girl sa...

What a special and lovely journey... I loved the scenes, and the small town. :)

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