Category Archives: France

Lascaux II v. Lascaux 4!

What an interesting scenario this is! We’ve always been awe-struck by Lascaux II as have our visitors. Created over 40 years ago, it is just amazing how accurate it is without the use of modern computer surveying technology. Plus, the … Continue reading

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Photographing the breathtaking White Horses of the Camargue in southern France

Magrit and I recently had one of the most exciting photographic experiences ever — 4 photo sessions with the wonderful white horses of the Camargue region in the southwest corner of France.   These photo sessions take place around sunrise … Continue reading

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Parallel Worlds

There is a river that runs through Burgundy, France called the Yonne; it flows North from its source deep in the forests of the Morvan National Park, finally meeting with its confluence with the Seine at Monetereau, where it is … Continue reading

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