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Renata Haidle Photographer. Travel addict. All images ©Renata Haidle Also at @renatahaidle_bw. My newest article for France Today:

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  • Marseille again, empty streets, and great graffiti, and a sense of fierce determination and grit coming out of every corner.
  • Marseille again, empty streets, and great graffiti, and a sense of fierce determination and grit coming out of every corner.
  • 89 17 4 hours ago

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  • Oh Marseille, you were the best surprise...
  • Oh Marseille, you were the best surprise...
  • 178 32 18 June, 2019
  • Peeking over the gates into luxury. La Bastide de Gordes is a fantastic place to immerse yourself in the Provençal magic.
P.S. A little announcement about the French Riviera book. I finally have the final draft in my hands! The book can be ordered directly from Blurb (they ship worldwide). A very limited number of signed copies will be available, and shipped directly by me, upon request. More details in the coming days!
  • Peeking over the gates into luxury. La Bastide de Gordes is a fantastic place to immerse yourself in the Provençal magic.
    P.S. A little announcement about the French Riviera book. I finally have the final draft in my hands! The book can be ordered directly from Blurb (they ship worldwide). A very limited number of signed copies will be available, and shipped directly by me, upon request. More details in the coming days!
  • 196 29 17 June, 2019

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  • Can one get intoxicated with color? I think so.
#ilovenice
  • Can one get intoxicated with color? I think so.
    #ilovenice
  • 244 48 16 June, 2019
  • Just another day in paradise....
  • Just another day in paradise....
  • 171 15 13 June, 2019
  • This is what I think of, when I picture Provence. Stone walls, powder blue shutters, and lots of plants to dress it all up. Especially roses. Well, the roses were underperforming, but they were present as well.
  • This is what I think of, when I picture Provence. Stone walls, powder blue shutters, and lots of plants to dress it all up. Especially roses. Well, the roses were underperforming, but they were present as well.
  • 271 52 11 June, 2019

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  • Let's talk about books that inspire us to go places. I read Peter Mayle's "A Year in Provence" about four years ago, I think, and it led to four consecutive trips to the south of France, although the first three stopped short of reaching Provence proper, as I was captivated by the Inland Riviera. This spring I finally got to see the Luberon, and while I didn't quite capture its spirit, it did leave its mark on me.
What book(s) have you read that sent you on a trip to unknown places?
  • Let's talk about books that inspire us to go places. I read Peter Mayle's "A Year in Provence" about four years ago, I think, and it led to four consecutive trips to the south of France, although the first three stopped short of reaching Provence proper, as I was captivated by the Inland Riviera. This spring I finally got to see the Luberon, and while I didn't quite capture its spirit, it did leave its mark on me.
    What book(s) have you read that sent you on a trip to unknown places?
  • 198 33 10 June, 2019
  • "The only good teachers for you are those friends who love you, who think you are interesting, or very important, or wonderfully funny; whose attitude is:
'Tell me more. Tell me all you can. I want to understand more about everything you feel and know and all the changes inside and out of you. Let more come out.'" - Brenda Ueland, If You Want To Write
  • "The only good teachers for you are those friends who love you, who think you are interesting, or very important, or wonderfully funny; whose attitude is:
    'Tell me more. Tell me all you can. I want to understand more about everything you feel and know and all the changes inside and out of you. Let more come out.'" - Brenda Ueland, If You Want To Write
  • 230 36 8 June, 2019
  • In the gardens of Villa Ephrussi, looking toward Villefranche-sur-Mer. Mrs. Béatrice had quite a view.
  • In the gardens of Villa Ephrussi, looking toward Villefranche-sur-Mer. Mrs. Béatrice had quite a view.
  • 286 34 5 June, 2019
  • Time to move on, from the mountains of Provence to the beaches of the French Riviera. Just for a while though, as I have quite a bit to share about Marseille and Aix-en-Provence, as well.
If you haven't read my article for @francetodaymagazine about this year's Fête des Roses in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, the link is still in bio.
  • Time to move on, from the mountains of Provence to the beaches of the French Riviera. Just for a while though, as I have quite a bit to share about Marseille and Aix-en-Provence, as well.
    If you haven't read my article for @francetodaymagazine about this year's Fête des Roses in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, the link is still in bio.
  • 193 25 4 June, 2019
  • I think there's safety in unfinished work. Once it's done and we put it out there, we suddenly become vulnerable. At least that's my excuse for awful procrastination. Am I alone in this?
  • I think there's safety in unfinished work. Once it's done and we put it out there, we suddenly become vulnerable. At least that's my excuse for awful procrastination. Am I alone in this?
  • 220 51 3 June, 2019
  • Now this, this I could really get used to. I now see why people leave their hearts behind after visiting Provence. To think that it used to be called the arrière-pays (backcountry).....
  • Now this, this I could really get used to. I now see why people leave their hearts behind after visiting Provence. To think that it used to be called the arrière-pays (backcountry).....
  • 206 56 2 June, 2019