Random Photo: Sunflowers
Tuesday June 28th 2011, 10:21 am
Filed under: art/culture/design,photos,Provence

sunflowers in provence france
No wonder Van Gogh hung around Provence.

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A Day in the Life in Saint Remy de Provence (video)
Thursday June 23rd 2011, 10:16 am
Filed under: a day in the life,music,Provence,tips,travel and places,travel tip,video

Be sure to visit Saint Remy de Provence on Wednesdays. That’s when they have a huge outdoor market until about 1pm. The streets are lined with vendors selling food, arts and crafts, linens, jewelry, leather goods, candy, junk, etc., and there are lots of street musicians. I loved this excellent duo, although I couldn’t understand what the guy was singing.

Please support street musicians!

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Random Photo: Palais des papes
Monday March 14th 2011, 4:10 pm
Filed under: photos,Provence

palais des papes
Palais des papes/Pope Palace – Avignon, France

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Art Exhibit in Arles
Sunday February 13th 2011, 2:12 pm
Filed under: art/culture/design,photos,Provence,video

the forest art exhibit in arles
This photo’s from an art exhibit (sculptures and paintings) we went to called, “Terre, Arbres & Forêts” (Earth, Trees & Forests) – artwork by artist/filmmaker Vincent Lajarige. This is one of the coolest venues for an exhibition held inside the Chapelle Sainte-Anne in Arles.

 

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A Day in the Life in Arles, France (video)
Friday November 19th 2010, 7:56 pm
Filed under: a day in the life,daily life,Provence,shopping,travel and places,video

I shot this video on a pedestian shopping street in Arles, France one day and just stood in one place with my camera while people watching. Sorry I ddin’t have a tripod so it’s a little wobbly! I really love how the video turned out with the live music (accordion, violin) in the background, the two guys shaking hands but not stopping to chat with each other (does that happen in the U.S.? I dunno.), every day flower buying in the foreground, but what I love especially here is that everyone ignored me completely. I love being ignored! Really. This is what I love about France haha. It sort of reminds me of New York (being ignored) except there’s prettier architecture.

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