Yesterday was the first of my walks, which was OK...ish but not terribly interesting. Some of you will know that I am currently in the process of trying to learn how to take half decent photos. So why not combine the two things? Go out each day, armed with my trusty camera and try a few random shots. After that, come home, load today's shots onto my pc and bore the living daylights out of all of you.
Sounds like a plan.
So today, Saturday 28th June (incidentally our 3rd anniversary of moving to France) I decided to walk to the quartier Chateau d'O. Chateau d'O is the next district down from ours. I've explored one side of it before but never crossed the main road to see what's on the other side. The first thing I came across was part of an 18th century aqueduct. It stretches for miles. Part of it forms a major tourist attraction in the centre of Montpellier.
Almost home now. Final leg - a stroll through the woods.