Panier of Plenty

From our perch

Living on a mountain (at 500m altitide, below a peak of 1256m),
we cannot help but admire the view. It dominates – Canigou is
our horizon, and ascending the mountain road brings new vistas
as the plains of Roussillon and the Mediterranean are revealed,
far below.

Descending the mountain, 3rd

Descending the mountain, 3rd

Trees form a gateway

Trees form a gateway

Early afternoon, 3rd December

Early afternoon, 3rd December

Dusk, 3rd December

Dusk, 3rd December

Walking home, 3rd December

Walking home, 3rd December

Up the road, 4th December

Up the road, 4th December

View to the Med, from the col

View to the Med, from the col

Bergerie, 8am, 5th December

Bergerie, 8am, 5th December

Albères, joining plains of Roussillon

Albères, joining plains of Roussillon

View from mas terrace

View from mas terrace

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