Panier of Plenty

Fresh powder

A spontaneous Sunday adventure, following the Tech river up the valley from Céret to Prats de Mollo.

Crossing the Pyrénées-Orientales from France to Spain via the Col d’Ares, Canigou is left behind as the vista from the ridge of the mountain pass reveals the Pyrénées-Catalanes. As we wound our way up the road to the ski station Vallter 2000, snowflakes started to fall, adding to the magic of the morning. Fresh powder had deepened overnight and conditions were perfect…

Crossing the Col d’Ares

Canigou

A fresh dusting

Still snowing lightly

En route to Vallter 2000

Cascade

Mid-morning

Afternoon

Our snowman

Sledding

An igloo!

Leaving the mountains

Near Camprodon

Pyrénées-Catalanes

Back in France

Canigou, late afternoon

Changing light

Clouds shifting

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This entry was published on March 5, 2017 at 11:37 am. It’s filed under Adventure, Antipodean, Catalan, child, Childhood, Climate Change, Country Life, Country Living, Creative, Cultural Creative, Environment, Europe, Ex Advertising Creative, Expat, Forest, France, French Culture, Holiday, La Vie Quotidienne, Landscape, Language, Languedoc Roussillon, Leisure, Life, Lifestyle, Living in France, Nature, New Zealander in France, Photography, Pyrénées, Pyrénées-Orientales, Rural Life, Seasons, Skiing, South of France, Spain, Sport, Spring, Thoughts, Tourism, Travel, Vacance, Winter and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

One thought on “Fresh powder

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Magic winter white wonderland 🙂

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