Entre chien et loup

Between dog and wolf is a phrase that gives flesh to that indeterminable moment between daylight and dusk. As yet I have no such apposite description for this season which encompasses a seamless change from spring to summer. The lighting of a fire in the evening has slowly been replaced by sitting under an olive tree watching the sun disappear below the terracotta roofs, yet I can’t place the exact day on which this happened. Bare skin has replaced sheepskin as I walk around our stone floored house, a challenge that would have been unthinkable some small amount of days previously. I can’t quantify or evaluate this change as I’m filled with the same pleasure with the arrival of winter. In the same way that I plunged into the pool yesterday evening, for the first time this year, the sole target should be to immerse oneself in the wonder of today.


About Food,Photography & France

Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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3 Responses to Entre chien et loup

  1. Peter Bright says:

    Excellent post – thanks. Really informative and straight to the point. Keep up the great work and I’ve subscribed to your RSS 🙂

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