Category Archives: France

Albert Dubout remix

Albert Dubout My photoshop app remix of some Albert Dubout paintings. The originals can be seen in l’Espace Dominique Bagouet in Montpellier until 29 September.

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Dutch girls busking in the rain

On a rainy night Dutch girls Catherine Willemse and Esther van Maanen stayed on the sunny side. Check out the video: We had a great time, and the crystal ball juggler was a magic bonus.

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Montpellier street musician – Photoshop edit

Street musician on the rue de la Loge in Montpellier. Edited with Photoshop app for iPod touch. Here is the original:

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French home cooking Midi style

Yesterday evening my French housemates took my tomatoes from the garden and made this amazing tart with local goat’s cheese. Washed it down with a bottle of Saint Saturnin, a great Languedoc red by Domaine des Mazes.

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rue du Bras de Fer, Montpellier

Looking towards le Bookshop where we have the language exchange every Monday and Friday afternoon, starting at 5pm.

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iPhone #marchechomeurs2013

Getting away from the old routine can be hard work but can also be the source of new ideas. It was while I was working as a volunteer, taking photos and making videos with an iPhone, that I came up … Continue reading

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Tous les garçons et les filles…

…She was my first pinup girl and sealed my francophile fate at an early age. While Satre captured my imagination Francoise Hardy captured my heart. My first love was also French and ever since I’ve been a fan of la … Continue reading

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La nausée…

…No book was ever more seminal in my development and as I return to it again over forty years later I realise what a profound effect Jean Paul Satre had on both my thinking and my unconscious mind. Like an … Continue reading

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