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Sunday 6 May 2012

There will be wine


Collobières Printemps 2012

Vine in spring

Reben im Frühling

Vignes en printemps



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Thursday 29 March 2012

Spring, second helping


Printemps à Collobrières

Spring at Collobrières

Printemps à Collobrières

Frühling in Collobrières


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Cutting Roads


Cutting a road through the Massif des Maures

Travaux incisifs

Einschnitte

Cutting Roads

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Thursday 14 April 2011

Spring Exhibition - Exposition du printemps - Frühjahrsausstellung


Glycines Avril 2011


Le printemps est de retour

Spring is back

Der Frühling ist zurück


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Saturday 22 May 2010

Spring - Printemps - Frühling 2010

Collobrières 18/04/2010


Spring at last!

Printemps enfin !

Frühling, endlich!



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Monday 9 March 2009

Printemps enfin - Spring at Last - Endlich Frühling


Notre prunier, mars 2009


Six weeks after the mimosas flowering in Bormes les Mimosas, spring is finally arriving in the valleys beyond the coast line. It came about a week later than last year, and the blossoming is not quite as abundant this year.
The image above is of our mirabelle tree. It has lost a few branches in storms and seems to have produced a ton of fruit last year in order to ensure procreation. Luckily it survived both storms and over-abundant fruit production (leading to the loss of more branches), but is flowering with a lot more parsimony this year

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Sunday 1 February 2009

Vineyards and the Massif des Maures at Gonfaron


Gonfaron Massif des Maures

Fog clearing below the Massif des Maures
Nebel lichtet sich am Fuss des Massif des Maures
Le brouillard se lève au pied du Massif des Maures



31 January marked the end of the season for "season greetings" in France. This extended season gives French people a lot more time than those in most other countries to recover from celebrations before sending their New Year's wishes. It shows we have a different sense of time. (I say "we" since I have adapted a long time ago. Having to be exactly on time has become a strain...)
So it is time, even in France, to follow the greetings-entry of this blog with a new posting.

Even though we have already had a glimpse of spring last Sunday (25 January) seeing the mimosas blossom in Bormes les Mimosas, let us first come back to the spot that figured on the greeting card in the last posting.

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