Once I’d finished at La Roque Gageac yesterday, it was off to Cenac for a few more errands. The sun was still out from the clouds so I made my various visits on foot and took the following en route. Continue reading More winter sun at Cenac
Like most of France this week, the Dordogne was covered in a thick blanket of snow yesterday. The snow fell constantly for over eight hours on our corner of the region, the Périgord Noir, and managed to turn the already fairy-tale landscape into a winter wonderland. Continue reading Wintry pictures of the Périgord Noir
Construction is one of few major economic activities in the Dordogne and as many buildings are built from locally sourced stone, it is no surprise that there is an almost constant demand for a skilled stonemason (perhaps I should work on developing those skills instead of my photography?). Continue reading The art of the stonemason
Thinking about things to photograph for this blog has recently provided me with the following spark of inspiration.
One of my favourite genres of photography is photojournalism. Effectively, photojournalists attempt to tell stories through photographs by documenting people and events around them. My spark of inspiration was therefore to attempt to use a photojournalistic style to photograph people and events in my own surroundings and publish those pictures and stories on this blog.
Stay tuned for more….