Tuesday, July 14, 2009

July Morning, Joucas


It's always a pleasure to stand in the hot sun in the square of a village in Provence and hear the sound of cool water running into a stone trough. These were built long ago for the humble purposes of washing up or a drinking supply, but they still hold all the charm and music of a Bernini fountain.

3 comments:

Irina said...

I want to say that I watch you blog posts very attentively, and I am in love with your colors choice, the heat of the summer and the air of the paintings are so great.

AutumnLeaves said...

What a lovely street image. Very soothing...

Candy Barr said...

European public water sources are indeed special. How sublime the simplicity of how you have captured this essence...A little David Hockey in tap zone? Really nice.