Tuesday, 23 August 2011

These photos were taken in Grimaud in the South of France. It's a medieval village  very pretty with  plants I seldom see in Burgundy;Oleander, olive trees, Bougainvillea. It seems shockingly colourful. The houses are also lovingly painted in these Mediterranean colours.

This piece of an old enamelled sign was nailed onto the bottom of a shed door. I think it's a Martini sign.

 A collection of glass and quartz pebbles 
A restaurant on the beach, I liked the use of driftwood and sanded back wood. 

A sea salt loving plant

1 comment:

  1. I can almost smell the sun on the herbs and the salt of the sea....great post thankyou!