Wednesday, September 26

not from the hill, but all so lovely

i had hoped to leave you with a hill post before i departed for france but time did not allow for that, so instead i write to you from the medieval village of Beynac in Dordogne. it is early morning here, still dark and i can hear the rain from my open window. Days have been filled with work, meeting new people, making new friends and all things french. I have eaten my weight in baguette and figs. the above photographs are  just a quick few as we shot and picnicked in a walnut grove. chickens and geese made me think of the hill and the animals, i am told all is well with them, (thank you sarah).

i hope you are all doing well and that the early autumn is good to you, a bientot! 

14 comments:

Matt Inwood said...

Such beautiful light in those images. Do hope you are loving your time in Europe. x

Sanda Vuckovic Pagaimo said...

These photos revoke such a nice memories

Sarah said...

I'm looking to seeing more. You always tell a beautiful story with your camera.

Enjoy you enjoy your time ~
Sarah

sarah-jane down the lane said...

...I wish...looks beautiful, enjoy,

Sarah -x-

Coco Draws said...

Love this post. :)

Milynn {Love + Whimsy} said...

Yum, those fruits look so delicious! Looks like such a lovely day for a picnic, not to mention such a perfect spot for it!

Sweet Life Farm said...

Thank you for this sweet post, the chickens settled me, feeling all is well. Thinking fondly of you. May you enjoy every rain drop, baguette, dear friend and sunset.

David @ Frenchie and the Yankee said...

So happy to see France through your eyes. Can't wait for more!

dervla @ The Curator said...

that light! Love it. Have a wonderful time.

kimberly said...

It seems so strange to see those faces in the walnut grove. What a wonderful dreamy place- I so wish I were there again. I hope you are having a wonderful time, I hope you passed my hug along, and I can't wait to see you!!
xx

Abigail said...

it sounds like the the days are perfect. :) enjoy!

Camila Faria said...

What a beautiful place! Sounds like you're having so much fun. And I love the chickens.

country girl said...

You are such an outstanding photographer Nadia! So much atmosphere!
Enjoy your time in France.
xoxo

Tracey Ayton Photography said...

Already miss ya!!