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    Chapel, Pyrénées

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Guy, where is this ?

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Note to other members -

    Guy's image in here is a version of one he posted in another thread, here.

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Quote Originally Posted by escaladieu View Post
    Guy, where is this ?
    Jeff,
    If I remember well, it is on the road from Bagnères -de- Luchon to "col de Peyresourde" : as I visited the "Hautes-Pyrénées" in two days only, I might be wrong though. I remember this chapel is on the left side of the road coming from Bagnères and is in a very conspicuous position from the road.
    Best regards,Guy.

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Quote Originally Posted by gpzt View Post
    Jeff,
    If I remember well, it is on the road from Bagnères -de- Luchon to "col de Peyresourde" : as I visited the "Hautes-Pyrénées" in two days only, I might be wrong though. I remember this chapel is on the left side of the road coming from Bagnères and is in a very conspicuous position from the road.
    Best regards,Guy.
    Ah, C'est mon coin, Je vais le chercher !

    Cordialment

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Quote Originally Posted by escaladieu View Post
    Ah, C'est mon coin, Je vais le chercher !

    Cordialment

    Jeff
    Tarbes is pretty close to Peyresourde indeed. Don't forget to send your own version of this chapel. Looks like we are both expatriates living in France. I am belgian and chose to live under the sun after I retired in 2001. Cabestany is close to Perpignan
    and only some 3 miles from the sea. It's a nice village to live in, except that concerning photography, I usually have to drive a lot in order to find interesting themes. Enclosed is a view of " le Canigou ", the "sacred mountain of the Catalans, and the étang de Canet, which is just a short hop from my home
    Regards,Guy
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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Keep these wonderful images coming, gentlemen.

    I have been on holiday in the areas in which you both live and seeing your images is wonderful. Beaujolais last year. This year its the Southern Rhone (just beside Gigondas - in June).

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Côtes du Roussillon-Villages are among my favourites: Rasteau, Seguret, Baumes de Venise (including its sweet muscat, excellent when chilled, as an "apéritif") and Cairanne which is the one I personally prefer. Gigondas is the greatest but becoming a bit too expensive to my taste.
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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Quote Originally Posted by gpzt View Post
    Côtes du Roussillon-Villages are among my favourites: Rasteau, Seguret, Baumes de Venise (including its sweet muscat, excellent when chilled, as an "apéritif") and Cairanne which is the one I personally prefer. Gigondas is the greatest but becoming a bit too expensive to my taste.
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    Lavande and vignes de la région
    Nice image

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    Beautiful shots especially the colour ones.

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    Re: Chapel, Pyrénées

    I agree with the others about the quality of the images. The one of the field of lavender is just beautiful. That's what I want to capture later this year.

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