This vintage ambulance was in town today as part of a recruitment drive for the American Field Service. Hopefully it did the trick. It certainly turned heads!
After a couple of weeks of rain at the beginning of September, the sun recently re-appeared. September is one of my favourite times to be in the Dordogne. Fewer tourists and mild temperatures are the perfect combination for enjoying the region’s many charms.
Spring is well under way and plants and flowers in the Perigord Noir corner of the Dordogne are all flourishing madly. My intention for this week was therefore to take some macro shots of the beautiful displays in the jardin publique at Sarlat. Continue reading Sarlat street scene
As in most regions of France, many towns in the Dordogne still host a weekly market. As one of the principle towns in the Dordogne, the market in Sarlat is held twice a week on Wednesdays and Saturdays, all year round. Continue reading Sarlat Market
The beautifully presented and colourful Christmas market in Sarlat livens up the tourist city after the sunny weather has long since disappeared. Continue reading Sarlat Christmas Market
From the 13th to the 17th of November 2012, inhabitants of Sarlat and its surrounding villages have been celebrating all things cinema during the 21st edition of the Sarlat Film Festival.
Continue reading Sarlat in the movies
The medieval town of Sarlat in the Dordogne presents many opportunities for a photographer to capture attractive images. Continue reading Sarlat