Moving to Paris – perfection

Very grounding experience to see the fruits and vegetables in their natural setting. It feels like I have been to the zoo to have a look at some exotic animals, but nope, it’s just my parent’s garden delivering its best this month.
And now back into the city…

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It was a warm spring morning in the olive grove. The breeze was gentle, the air was fragrant, the time stood still. High grass, sprinkled with colourful small-headed flowers, was gently tickling my knees. Poppies were about to splash their intense red on the antic ruins. 'Look how beautiful it is all over', I whispered to the olive trees, 'a perfect time for a stroll.' I slipped my fingers into the open palms at the end of their branches and I took them for a walk. View all posts by atreewalker

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