Monthly Archives: August 2010
In our quest for sun baked rocks to climb in Provence we discovered the wonderful climbing area at Chateauvert gorge. A little corner of paradise. A few metres from the car and you are at the bottom of the climbs, … Continue reading
Car parking space reserved for mothers with push chairs. Waitrose car park, South London.
Freshly melted glacier water gushing West towards Wallis before flowing into Lake Geneva. A few hundred miles downstream it’s a hundred metre wide river.
As the searing sun starts to make long cool shadows in the afternoon, exquisite public music, complete with grand pianos and excellent sound engineers, seems to appear out of thin air.
…lies in the weave of live day-to-day beauty and an amazing history. On a recent trip to Paris – a couple of weeks after the picture above was taken through the windscreen while driving down rue du Quatre-Septembere – I … Continue reading
At the photo fair in Arles the art is everywhere, backlit on restaurant walls, stacked four deep inside Churches and above pedestrian’s heads in the street.
Merce and the Muse is a new coffee shop in the Marais run by an enterprising American called Merce, who bakes like an angel. This Peach goats milk cheese cake redefined the cheese cake experience, nothing sticky and sludgy here, … Continue reading
Fishing lures in a shop window in South Kensington.