Bordeaux, France, taken on October 9, 2010
One of the first things that I loved about Bordeaux was the Place des Quinconces, especially the trees that lined the path connecting the city and the quais. It always felt like a natural tunnel, particuarly when a tram passes through the corridor. The sound of the tram and the sound of the rustling leaves – I’m not sure which one I like more…perhaps it is the perfect combination of the two that makes this city so charming, year after year.
Bordeaux, France, taken on October 1, 2011
Person with the camera, I CHOOSE YOU! Er…OK, if you say so, boss! Let’s not mention why there was whipped cream on their fingers and faces, except that we went a bit too far with a birthday party. All for fun!
Saint-Émilion, France, taken on May 13, 2012
The rainy season in Bordeaux could be a gloomy time of the year, but once the blue skies begin to appear, the air feels like spring time and life is awaken again
Bourg, France, taken on November 1, 2010
On a tour of the Château Rousselle in Bourg, near Bordeaux, this beautiful sculpture in the garden caught my eyes. Perhaps she is one of the wine goddesses, guarding over the châteaux in the region for a good harvest.
Bordeaux, France, taken on June 21, 2013
On the evening of the music festival, a young man raised his guitar in celebration by the Miroir d’Eau in Bordeaux, as if saying, “Long live the music!”