three kids, one roll, once a month. Hike & castle visit.

This month I want to share a hike that the kids and I went on while we were in France.   This village is just about 10 mn from our house and we set of and hike uphill for ore than 2 hours, we were happy to be going downhill after that.  We visited a 1000 year old Castle on the way back, it is called “Chateau de Rochebaron”.  The views were amazing.  We found wild strawberries.  They were delicious, and a lovely treat on hot day.  We also found some mint that we brought home to make mint tea.

I shot this with an expired roll of kodak 400 and my 35mm Pentax.

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xxx

Léa

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  1. […] Be sure to follow along to read other photographer’s take on their project this month, starting with the very talented Lea Jones! […]

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  2. Beautiful! I love how well you tell a story with your images. What a wonderful adventure and what special memories you and your kids are making!

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    1. I am so happy I am able to share these with you. thank you for your kind words, xxx.

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  3. Wow wow wow! You have taken me right there with you. These are perfect, Lea!

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    1. thank you Amy, it’s so nice to be able to share my life & adventures with you and such sweet group of ladies.xxx

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  4. I LOVE the feel of these. They make me so happy & nostalgic. What a great experience for your family!

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    1. thank you Kristin, they make me nostalgic too when i look at them a month later 😉
      I do cherish these moments.

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  5. Catherine Rodriguez August 20, 2015 at 10:05 pm

    Oh, my! I wish I could’ve joined you guys in that lovely hike with all those gorgeous views! I still have fond memories of walking through country paths and creek beds and eating wild strawberries when I was a child visiting my cousins. These are such a treasure! Beautiful work!

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    1. I would have loved to go with you, it would have been so much fun to see the same outing though your lens and with your children!
      I am so grateful for the memories I am able to create for my children, I cherish these moments!

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  6. Incredible, Lea. What memories these kids are going to have from their childhood, and so beautifully documented by you. I love how consistent your work is – it’s all YOU and I also love that we get to take a peek into another world through your travels. Just wonderful!

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    1. your comments makes so happy, I love that you see a consistency in my. I sometimes fail to see it, so thank you so much for your encouraging words. xxx.

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  7. I love seeing the world through your lens, Léa! These seem like they could have been taken in a different decade. So beautifully documented <3

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    1. thank you so much Megan. I feel like I live in a different decade when I am back in my house in France 😉

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  8. Lea, I love these! The low light window photos are amazing – wow! Such a wonderful outing with your kids and what a beautiful country you live in!

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    1. Oh yes Kim, France is gorgeous, and I am so blessed to go back every summer (so far). I was totally crossing my fingers on the low-light shot, I was quite surprised it came out exactly as i wanted. I only had a cheap zoom lens with me, so I had to be very still still 🙂

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  9. These are gorgeous! I feel like I was there (wish I was).

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    1. thank you Jackie! it was such a wonderful outing, and I was so proud of my little guy walking so much!

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