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Contemplative Photography & Slow Travel

Contemplative Photography & Slow Travel

 

What is contemplative photography?

Contemplative Photography

Go beyond the habitual ways of seeing and looking - beauty is everywhere!

There’s an inner longing in all of us to see beauty.  It’s one of the first things we « plan » when free time comes our way: an outing to our local museum, a weekend getaway to mountains or the seaside, a trip to some far off foreign shore to behold something beyond what we already know.  There’s a need to connect to our longing for beauty and to behold it in our eyes. 

Contemplative Photography Contemplative Photography

What if we could find beauty every day, in the mundane of our routines, and even in the off-putting circumstances that inevitably creep up?  Could we also be challenged to experience beauty in the midst of our pain and brokenness? 

Provence Villages Not to Miss

Provence Villages not to miss

for an authentic experience and a breath of fresh air…

Provence VillagesThere are many Provence villages not to miss.         I have a highlighted a few here that standout for their authentic side (less touristy) and offer beautiful views and peaceful gardens.  

I have designed a tour taking you to these less touristy places along with some of the more popular “must sees”.  The tour also takes you to three different mountainous areas: The Luberon, Mont Ventoux and Les Alpilles. 

Provence Spring Tour Gardens & Villages

Provence Spring TourProvence Spring Tour

Connecting you to nature and authentic Provencal villages

This Provence Spring Tour is designed to connect you to nature and the Provencal lifestyle.  Throughout the week you will be immersed into the savoir-faire of local artisans, farm-to-table meals, and cultural and historical anecdotes connecting past Provence to what it is today.

What is unique about this tour?

Enjoy many best experiences on this tour.  The Market in Lourmarin, tasting local specialties, winery visits, as well as time to relax are all a part of the journey.  Beyond these activities, you will have a special focus on plant & garden life in Provence.  The Mediterranean climate, limestone soils, alpine variations, and ochre deposits have all had an influence on what grows in Provence.