5 thoughts on “Autumn in the Pyrenees. Aragnouet, France. 2009”

  1. Pat

    It sure was. We don’t have anything like it here in Australia.

    Grasswire

    The whole valley was an amazing place. I bet they get heaps of avalances in the winter.

    Nicolaï

    Thanks for dropping by and leaving such kind words. What did you do in your eight months there?

  2. Worked & lived. :-)

    Speaking of avalanches in the Pyrénées, there’s a town near the border of Spain (can’t recall the name offhand) which has only one road in and out. Well, one day in spring when I was there in the sud-ouest, an avalanche rushed down into the valley below, completely covering the road. The snow pile was 15 meters tall and 50 meters wide! Took a couple days to dig out using special machinery. I’m sure there are tons more that you just don’t hear about.

    Been reading your blog off and on for a while now. Originally came in through a post on Belize City while doing a little research on the place.

    I like the mix of long articles and single image posts.

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