Isolation Antidotes (7): Ethereal Easter

It’s a very strange Easter, not being able to congregate in the normal way and not even able to share our family bubbles yet. It engenders a strong feeling of melancholy and longing. In keeping with my new category of uplifting memories, here’s one from another Easter Sunday, 18 years ago, in southwestern France, near the village of Vaillac in the département of Lot and the region of Midi-Pyrénées. Happy, safe Easter, everyone.

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8 Responses to Isolation Antidotes (7): Ethereal Easter

  1. This is such an inviting image, Gary, and indeed uplifting. Wishing you a happy and safe Easter, too!

  2. Peter Klopp says:

    A great inspirational photo from your memory lane! A very serene atmosphere, just what we’ll need now!

  3. So you liked this area a Lot. I do hope that looking back at it didn’t turn you into a pillar of salt.

  4. Helen Cherry says:

    A beautiful vista.. gentle and inviting

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