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March 15, 2012



Love your trips and your site. Good work!


Thank you so much! Having spent some time in Collioure in September I have been captivated ever since. Seeing it in winter through your eyes was like having a bittersweet second holiday. It feels a world away from my life in New Zealand. Keep doing what you do!


Very nice. I especially liked the piece on anchovies.


Liked the series a lot. Reminded me so much of San Remo, the Italian side of things.


Thanks for this--loved every eye-full.


That was the best set of photos ever!!


Very Collioureful!


Loved these posts! They brought back great memories of the two days I spent in Collioure. I think you even found some colorful houses and doors to photograph that I missed! Aren't they fabulous. Wish I could get up to Paris to see your friends' paintings, but it's pretty short notice. Do they show their work anywhere else??


The 4th one above the photo with the clock looks like a maxfield parrish painting!!!


I adore !!!! sooooo beautiful !!!

Jean(ne) P in MN

Oh yes, a great series. I loved the colors, the views, the anchovies! and that sunset, WOW.. Mille mercis, Richard


OMG....what great photo's!! Looks like you must have had an eye feast.


Beautiful photos!


Howdy Richard! Loved it! Thank you for the vicarious vacation in Collioure. I particularly enjoyed the third photo of the latest post – the one with the flowering tree arching over the three steps. Great stuff!


What can I say, Richard ? W-O-N-D-E-R-F-U-L !

Now, I want to visit Collioure too ... some day, maybe.

The more I look at your pictures, specially the ones attached to this mail, the more I think you're a very talented photographer.

Keep up the good work, I'm most grateful and appreciate each of your mails.

Have a pleasant day !


Your photos were great. They reminded me of the colors of Roussillon but the buildings remind me of Albi.

We truly enjoy reading your blog and dreaming of being in France




The photos are charming and amazing. Thank you!

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