Dusk. As the sun disappears behind the ridge, the fire of the bergerie
is lit for the evening. The châtaigners (chestnut trees) are still bare,
so at the moment there is a clear view to the mas and the belvédère –
the peaks of the Albères behind.
The bergerie at dusk
This entry was published on March 12, 2012 at 11:50 pm. It’s filed under Forest
, French Culture
, La Vie Quotidienne
, Languedoc Roussillon
and tagged Albères
, chestnut trees
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