Sunday, December 16, 2012

Three designs, Pont Julien



The Pont Julien is an old Roman Bridge in the Luberon. We have intended for years to take a picnic here. This year we did it twice. Once alone and once with Walter and Becky, our friends from home. When we went there were numerous designs (collages?) on the ground, under the trees near the bridge. If it was school children they were very talented. There were at least thirty of these.

2 comments:

  1. Like fruit and stone mandalas. Strange. Would have been interesting to see how they look after a week, a month, some months ...

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  2. I can only report that after two weeks they had already started to melt into the landscape. I was surprised that they lasted so long as birds and animals abound in the area.

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