Exploring the Creuse in central France
This week’s instalment on Exploring France through landscape photography takes me to the department of Creuse. As I can’t travel how I normally do due to the lockdown I’ve decided to get out and discover more of the country that I live in.
The department of Creuse consistently receives the lowest number of visitors among all other departments in France. And it’s a shame because Creuse has some beautiful rolling landscapes as well as old towns and villages to visit.
I had in mind’s eye that I’d like to capture some of the autumn colours here as well as get to some really out-of-the-way places. The weather didn’t play ball though and hindered a lot of my day. But that has only made me even more determined to capture this corner of France in a better light.
You’re going to hear mention of a location whereby I can’t give out the coordinates to it. It’s very out of the way and not marked on any map. Please respect the fact that it sits on private property.
There’s a lot to do and as in each episode, I can only scratch the surface due to time constraints.