There is a light chill in the air as leaves start to change colour and fall. Summer crowds have departed and many secondary residences are now shuttered for winter months. The new school year has started and the piscine municipal is closed. Local businesses breathe a sigh of relief as life returns to normal, yet everyone is grateful for the influx of visitors that aliment the town. It is the perfect time of the year to walk – to tread unknown paths and make discoveries, enjoying the ever-changing light, and views to the mountains beyond…
Autumn in the air
06 Sep This entry was published on September 6, 2015 at 10:09 pm. It’s filed under Antipodean, Architecture, Art, Automne, Autumn, Céret, Climate Change, Country Life, Country Living, Cultural Creative, Culture and Arts, Environment, Europe, Ex Advertising Creative, Expat, Forest, France, French Culture, Hawthorn, Hiking, Home, l'aubépine, La Vie Quotidienne, Landscape, Language, Languedoc Roussillon, Leisure, Life, Lifestyle, Living in France, Mediterranean, Nature, New Zealander in France, Photography, Pyrénées, Pyrénées-Orientales, Seasons, South of France, Thoughts, Tourism, Tree-change, Working in France and tagged Autumn in Céret, Canal Céret, Céret views, Eglise Céret, Following the seasons, Fontfrède route, irrigation system, Les Albères, Life in France, September in France, Septembre, walking in France.