Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy

Heading south through France, the Canal Rhone a Sete branches off Le Petit Rhone and goes pretty much in a straight line to Frontignan and out onto L’Etang de Thau.  Having passed through the Camargue region, where wild horses graze on the banks, the scenery opens up to reveal enormous flamingo-dotted salt lakes on either side of the canal, rows of fishermens’ waterside cabanes and stone dividing walls in various states of dereliction.  There’s a silent, dream-like quality to this stretch of water, and it can take the best part of a day to navigate end to end, a task best scheduled for a bright, sunny day.

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About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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22 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Dreamy

  1. nemoimago says:

    Lovely photos, would love to visit there!

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  2. suej says:

    Lovely captures of this area, Sandra!

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  5. Such a contrast to what I imagine a canal trip to be. The vastness of the salt lakes is particularly surprising. I can see how this would evoke a dream-like feeling. Lovely, Sandra.

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  6. Dina says:

    I’d love to be there …

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  7. Nice landscape and surroundings.

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  8. Très bon, Sandra. 🙂

    janet

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  10. These are gorgeous. I love your loves 🙂

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  11. Sandra, Lovely photos. It all looks so peaceful. 🙂 — Susan

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  13. Ptck says:

    Endroit magnifique ! beaux clichés

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