Monday, April 14, 2008


My inspiration for this blog was from a recent trip to Provence. It was here that I played with my new camera and thought it would fun to share our trip with you. Enjoy!

I love crosses - you will always see some from my travels. The one to the left is from Vernègues. Vernègues is a commune in the Bouches-du-Rhône department in southern France. French communes are roughly equivalent to incorporated municipalities/cities in the US.

The remains of an old olive tree. The sky is an amazing shade of blue.

14th century Provençal Romanesque St. Jacques church. On June 11, 1909 an earthquake destroyed the castle and most houses in Vernègues


avalon said...

What a beautiful blog! Thank you for sharing.

Sue Turner said...

What beautiful pictures! I love the knowledge you share. When I read of your garden I immediatley thought of your mom ♥ I think the iceberg rose is easiest for you to grow because it was hers, and she wants it there for you.

I love crosses, too, and you have some beautiful shots of them.

Can't wait for more!