Or Glowing Embers, or October Gust, or Mighty Warm Wind Blowing on my Life
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Once is not custom and won’t hurt, I’m going to be more personal to-day. But you’ll have two photos of Provence eventually. You know the ‘butterfly effect’: Scientists teach us that a very tiny unpredictable event like a butterfly’s decision to go left or right changes some very sensitive initial conditions in the atmosphere and the consequences may be the occurrence, or not, of a cyclone somewhere, weeks or months later. About three years ago, I had a small conversation with an American paying us a short visit (see HERE). Nothing extraordinary, but I think he blew unintentionally very slightly on a layer of ashes, letting appear later glowing embers whose existence I didn’t suspect. One year ago, I discovered Nathalie’s blog (see THERE, and also my previous post), it has stirred something too. And now, a powerful warm wind is blowing on my life. Just put some dry wood and look.
But let’s come back straight to our photos of Provence. Here is Méthamis village seen from the south, exactly two years ago. Taking photos of each of our villages in front of Mount Ventoux in optimal conditions is one of my favourite fads. Sunny and mild weather has come back on Provence, but winter isn’t finished yet. One of our next photo outings should be to Rémuzat and its vultures. Huberaime