the gentle bucolic ramblings of an English rose, blooming in rural Normandy

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Marais du Bessin

 this week 
some shots of the flooded fields
 that are part of the Marais du Bessin.







Des marais, entre deux mers.

The marshes, between two seas.

11 comments:

Desirae R said...

I really like the last photo. Thanks for sharing :)

matilda magtree said...

Well that was a lovely vicarious tour... thank you!

Rebecca said...

i really like the first photo. and the last one. such a peaceful place to live in.

Rebecca

Lorrie Orr said...

All of these photos are beautiful - filled with light, as well as water.

And I really love your header photo, so snowy and Christmassy. Made me smile just to open the post.

Mary said...

How pretty the watery meadows look in the sunshine - hope the freeze has missed your area and that you aren't surrounded by skating rinks!

Wish we had more time and could pop across the Channel to see you - will wave from the Devon cliffs though!

Happy Christmas dear friend.
Hugs - Mary

Riet said...

Oh wow there must have been a lot of rain or snow there. I love your new header Maggie.

Julie Maloney said...

I'd be interested in seeing them when they're not flooded. Bet the water really greens the grass up!

Cottage and Broome said...

I love, love, love your banner photo, wonderful. I like the last photo in you shoot, very nice. Have a great holiday season, Laura

Pondside said...

Isn't it interesting, how the landscape is transformed with the seasons - and not just by snow?

Fat Dormouse said...

What lovely photographs! They are beautiful, and you live in a beautiful place

Rebecca said...

I love the second part of the photo! it looks so wonderful! :)

Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here , thank you. - Rebecca -