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October 21, 2012


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Rachael Iddon

Hello, really enjoying the trip through Provence. Wish I was there....

Ellen Snoek

I've been there a few times, so great to look at these familiar pictures! Wish I was there too, just for a couple of days......

5ladybird lane

Lovely photos, looks like you've had a great time. Sarah


Wow the views are just breath taking! I must put this on my must see places list.


Really loving reading about your trip and all the lovely photos that are reminding me of all my trips to visit my Godmother when she lived in Provence. Would so love to go back there again. Those hairpin roads look amazing but quite terrifying. Fiona x


beautiful photos! it looks like you had an amazing time, but the suspense of seeing your project is killing me!!!


It looks so idyllic Lucy, the light and temperature must be perfect at this time of year ... I can't wait to see your project!

Lynne Gill

Now I needn't bother going myself, Lucy, great piccies!


Oh it's so beautiful! I am a knitter more than crocheter and I have found this gorgeous sock yarn inspired by Van Gogh's work, see here: http://www.simplysockyarn.com/servlet/Categories?category=SOCK+YARN%3AOpal,+Van+Gogh I am currently knitting a pair inspired by his Red Vineyard. It is such fun seeing the painting's colours emerging in my sock. Thanks for the beautiful photos, I am loving reliving your time away with you :-D

Shirley Flavell

Wonderful photos and comments Lucy. Thoroughly enjoying every minute of your journey, thank you. I do so wish I could be there.France has long been high on my bucket list. Never travelled (other than a cruise up the Eastern side of Australia). Maybe one day, who knows.Shirley


I am really enjoying your lovely pics Lucy. Thanks for sharing :-)


lovely pictures!
I went to the pont du gard a few years ago, we were there in the summer and canoed down under the bridge
breath taking


Wow wow wow! What amazing scenery! And so peaceful :-)

Alice C

Hello lovely Lucy,
I was in the same area at almost the same time - isn't that amazing! I'm glad you had such a lovely week away - I looking forward to seeing your pictures of the villages.


Thankyou for the tour Lucy. What a glorious part of the world. So many of the photos could be of places from 100 or even 500 years ago.I feel like I have just been on a mini-break in time and place!

Sharon Braxton

Simply amazing, Lucy. How pretty that area is. I just sit and look at the photos with my jaw hanging down so envious of the fact that you have been there. No, not really. I'm not much of traveler but I am oh so glad you went an brought back this wonderful images.



Amazing landscape indeed!!!!
And the roman bridge.....!!!!
Thank you for sharing all these wonderful pics!!!
xxx Alessandra


The views are tremendously beautiful. Love the way you have composed them. Feel like I was right there with you. Thank you.


Absolutely beautiful pictures!


I enjoy your blog so much! Thanks for sharing!



Oh my word! I have always wanted to go to Provence but after viewing your amazing photos I think it moved up my bucket list! Lovely, simply lovely! Thanks so much for sharing!


Lucy, you should be paid by the French tourist office :)
You have visited so many places in a so short period of time. Funny to "see" my country though your eyes.
Yes, those "trees" are cypresses http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cupressus_sempervirens
I think you could have one (a topiary one?) in a big pot on your back yard as it is always green but you have to water it in summer and to protect its roots in winter. A more resistant plant would be a common box or a bay laurel (useful for the cooking also ;))


what an amazing scenery!


Just gorgeous! It must be beautiful when the lavender blooms. Have just read "Under the Tuscan sky" so it was lovely to see some landscape shots!


You'll have to come back to see the blue lavender fields!

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