Saturday, October 22

the three fs ( france part two)

France, Friends and Food
the walnut groves are beautiful and everywhere in Dordogne. as you drive by a random grove or a lonely tree you could almost always see someone gathering walnuts from the ground, unlike apples you wait till they naturally fall off the tree to harvest.  at arans workshop we took six incredible women
( beautiful! will tell you more about them soon)  for a styling shoot of an autumn picnic at a grove nearby, with the mid afternoon sun piercing through and the leaves under foot it made for a wonderful afternoon. a few days later we went for a tour at a walnut grove, learned how they processed it, which is organically grown at this farm. the groves there were stunning and if i had time i would have sat at the bench above for a very long time.

* the gentleman at the market had a kind way about him and such a soft smile, i wish i would have captured for you.

*more to come


13 comments:

kimberly said...

I loved that bread man~ truly, I loved it all.
Miss your sweet smile and wise spirit mon amie~
xx

Jane Flanagan said...

Stunning! I can't imagine being in such a magical place!

Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo said...

I love that photo of me,can I have it? :-)My kids are your fans also,I have to show them everything.

VSC said...

Your photographs are amazing!! I know I keep on repeating that but it's true : )

Cannelle Et Vanille said...

my favorite day...

PK Studios said...

It doesn't get much better than food and friends in France!! And such a great time of year.....keep the photos coming!!

the wild magnolia said...

Tis a grand treat to tag along with you. Splendid photos and sharing.

red ticking said...

your blog is truly special... as i am sure you are... xx pam

Natasha said...

Beautiful!

Tedra said...

I love your photographs :) I want to go to Dordogne now. It looks so beautiful there.

sue said...

i love your blog, it is absolutely amazing!

CV Love said...

I love last photo! Beatiful colours

The Center for Peaceful Living said...

Nadia, your photos are so achingly beautiful I could cry. Amazing. Please tell me about this trip and workshop!