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Canigou’s manteau d’hiver

Canigou’s winter coat

Just as the tomatoes started flowering again and we were relishing
eating outside in the sun, we are now able to ‘see our breath’ as
a chill wind blows directly from the snow – Canigou has been
shrouded as it continues to snow heavily and the mountain peaks
surrounding us have had a dusting overnight. Our departement has
just come off ‘vigilance orange’ as alerts were given for flooding
– torrential rain fell continuously for days. The wardrobe has
suddenly changed as winter boots and down coats are aired and gloves
and hats prepared…

Peaks above the mas, 22nd

Peaks above the mas, 22nd

Snow clouds, view to Canigou

Snow clouds, view to Canigou 20th

Plains of Roussillon below

Plains of Roussillon hidden below

Peaks of the Albères

Peaks of the Albères

Mist closing in

Mist closing in

Water level rising

Water level rising, 20th

Canigou, 20th November

Mist disappears, 20th November

Foaming cascades

Foaming cascades, 19th

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