Behind the Photos

I’m lacking time & inspiration today, so here’s a random dip into my photographs.

These photos were taken at the end of March last year, when Cathy and I went down to near Clermont to do a walk. I think that I had a lesson in the morning, and then we met up for lunch and went to the Plateau of Gergovie for a rather blowy walk.



This is the view of Puy de Dome from the track.

The walk was probably only about 5 km long but it is a lovely place, high above Clermont, with beautiful views along the valley of the river Allier towards Issoire. I remember we had a drink in the café at the monument that you can see behind Cathy; she was askig me how to say words in French, and I was trying to answer…but my French isn’t that good and the people on the table next to us were killing themselves laughing! In the end, I appealed to them for help, and we ended up having a nice conversation.

The monument celebrates the heroic stand made by Vercingetorix (supposedly an inspiration for Asterix the Gaul) against the Romans.


3 Responses to “Behind the Photos”

  1. magsmcc Says:

    Good grief, this is my third attempt at leaving a comment. Brain freeze tonight with this morning’s hard frost! Tried to say- love peak top cafes, maybe see you there some day. Each version has been shorter than the one before…

  2. Pom Pom Says:

    HI Mouse! That sounds like a nice hike! Pretty pictures!

  3. Dormouse Says:

    Ooh Mags, yes! DO come and see us! You ask Aaron, we’re very welcoming!!