“Le Coly”

Jan 03, 2020. Coly, Dordogne, France. Mysteriously flowing through the rocky landscape, out of sight and under the trees, the waters of the river are streaming forcefully again, after the heavy rainfalls of the young winter.

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Natural

Saint-Amand-de-Coly, Dordogne, France, Jan. 03, 2020. At the end of a grey and foggy day, all of a sudden… an unexpected appearance under the last rays of light, two does and one deer leaving the sheltering woods. On the next morning, a young fox is looking for food in the nearby meadow. A world full of natural life is surrounding us… what a sweet experience!

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Best wishes

Dec 24th, 2019. Moments of sharing and bonding, moments to save and to remember. Authenticity and respect, this is what we (must) care for, now, in and beyond 2020…

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Scladina, a place to discover

Scladina, Oct. 20th. Situated near Andenne, excavated by the nearby river Meuse, the cave is still under study, the techniques are explained in a simple and ludique way, the concretions are complex, the discoveries exceptional, the guide is enthusiastic and up-to-date. A must see of Belgian archeology!

 

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Indian summer in Halle

Hallerbos, Nov 10th. The woods we walked in this autumn… Indian summer in the wood closest to our place, the “Hallerbos”, well-known for its famous bluebells…

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Scenic woods

La Madeleine, Oct, 5th. The woods we walked in this autumn… Mystery all over in the surroundings of the wondrous archeo-troglodytic site of “La Madeleine”, Dordogne, France.

 

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The volcan of San Antonio

July 28th, Fuencalientes, La Palma. Final excursion after the observational work at the Observatory of Roque de los Muchachos: the Southern tip shows the young age of the island, with volcanos emerging from the ocean after having erupted during the previous century, El Teneguia, seen from the rim of the older San Antonio volcano.

 

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El Tendal, a museum about the way of life of the Benahoaritas

July 28th, 2019, El Tendal, La Palma. First visit to a splendid exhibition which is presented in the museum of El Tendal, opposite the cave which gave its name. Love the pretty design of the panels telling about the way of life of the aboriginals, their possible origin, and the enthousiasm of the guides who speak fluently two languages. The official inauguration is expected for December this year! If you have a chance to visit, don’t miss it…

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