Can’t see the trail but it’s there somewhere ! (north face of the Anjeau peak)
Desirable residence (prehistoric)
Wonder how long they lived here?
Light and Shadow
On the north face of the Pic d’Anjeau. Sun streaming over the ridge just catches a few tree trunks.
The forest of Bougès
Some forest scenes snapped on a recent hike in the Cévennes range. Quelques scènes de sous-bois sur le flanc nord du massif du Bougès.
A tiny village in the Cevennes close to Anduze but off the main road. Just far enough away from traffic to be tranquil. Spring flowers, flowing river (they are often dry in the summer), sunshine!! The Auberge du Temps is a converted 15th century mill.
An isolated village in the Cévennes range at altitude 2000 feet – seen while descending the trail from La Fage – a local peak of about 3000 feet. The village catches some afternoon sun breaking over a nearby ridge.
View in frosty blue / Horizons bleus
Wintertime : Departure on foot from Mialet in the Cévennes range. About a 2000 foot climb to get a look at the surrounding hills. Hiver : Départ à pied de Mialet dans les Cévennes. Une montée de 600m pour un point de vue dominant.
… still frosty in the shade
2000 feet – Col d’Uglas – Cévennes foothills
Winter scene / Scène d’hiver
The snow-topped hills are in the Cévennes range. Picture taken from a hillside about 40 km east of the ridge. Les Cévennes enneigées. Image prise depuis un point de vue à 40 km à l’est des crêtes.
St Croix de Caderle
The view from the Ste Croix de Caderle temple courtyard. Foreground is the “rocher de Tinaou”. Further in the distance, the cliffs of Generargues.
St Croix de Caderle
A small mountain village called Ste Croix de Caderle : In this village they have just renovated an old church, now converted to a protestant temple. The temple is on the edge of a plateau at about 1700 feet in the local mountains. According to the notices in the temple, the site has been in use…