mrarrondelle

My Name is Chris, welcome to my blog. All the photos here have been taken by me, i hope you enjoy them.
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'French Life' - Angles sur l'Anglin in the Vienne department of the Poitou Charentes in France.

'French Life' - Angles sur l'Anglin in the Vienne department of the Poitou Charentes in France.

'Regents Canal' - Mile End Lock

'Regents Canal' - Mile End Lock

'Regents Canal' - Mile End Road

'Regents Canal' - Mile End Road

'Regents Canal' - Behind Bars

'Regents Canal' - Behind Bars

'Regents Canal' - Messing about on boats

'Regent's Canal' - Mile End Lock

'Regent's Canal' - Mile End Lock

'Regent's Canal' - Frankie Says Relax

'Regent's Canal' - Frankie Says Relax

'Limehouse Basin' - London

'Limehouse Basin' - London

'Limehouse Basin' - London

'Limehouse Basin' - London

'Regents Canal' - Heading towards the Limehouse Basin and Canary Wharf.

'Regents Canal' - Heading towards the Limehouse Basin and Canary Wharf.

'Brick Lane' - Hanbury street E1, off Brick Lane, Tower Hamlets in London.

'Brick Lane' - Hanbury street E1, off Brick Lane, Tower Hamlets in London.

'Cosmo and Jasmine' 

mrarrondelle:

Taken in ‘Lagorce’, this breathtakingly beautiful village lies in the middle of the commune, on the banks of the ‘Salastre’, which is a tributary of the ‘Ibie’, a large river that reaches the ‘Ardeche’ at the equally beautiful ‘Vallon pont d’arc’. Sitting in the southern part of the Arceche the village itself is quite small, but, Lagorce covers an area of some 7000 hectares, and is ‘The largest town in the department’.
Lagorce is best known for its Silk production, Vineyards, and the beautiful nature trails in the area.
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mrarrondelle:

Taken in ‘Lagorce’, this breathtakingly beautiful village lies in the middle of the commune, on the banks of the ‘Salastre’, which is a tributary of the ‘Ibie’, a large river that reaches the ‘Ardeche’ at the equally beautiful ‘Vallon pont d’arc’. Sitting in the southern part of the Arceche the village itself is quite small, but, Lagorce covers an area of some 7000 hectares, and is ‘The largest town in the department’.

Lagorce is best known for its Silk production, Vineyards, and the beautiful nature trails in the area.

https://www.facebook.com/MrarrondellePhotography

'Cicada' - Pont Du Gard 2012.

'Cicada' Pont Du Gard 2012.