Miss Gladys and a Chopper

moon

I took the dogs down to Lac d’Hourtin before we set off.

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lacam

cobweb

colin

Colin likes to sit down as much as possible on the walks.

maplacanau

map-le-huga

Inia-le-huga-aire

Then we moved on to an aire at Le Huga, a small village on the road between Lacunau Ocean and Lacanau Lac. This is a lovely spot….1.5 km to the beach along a cycle track, more cycle tracks to the Lake, and to a nature reserve and pine woods all about.

chopper

We spotted this civil guard chopper jobbing about. It seems to have landed in a hedge.

lakelacanau

Lake Lacanau, by Lacanau village.

gaston

missgladys

We met Gaston from Brittanay with Miss Gladys (standing) and Alain (next to her). So we are not the only mad dog cart pullers in France at the moment.

lacanauocean

We cycled down to the beach in the evening to get some shots of the surfers against the setting sun.
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surferaerobatics

surferjumping

surferstanding

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Rambling about Europe with the Kray Twins (Colin and Penny).

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Posted in - France, 2013 Autumn, Aquitaine, Lac d'Hourtin
3 comments on “Miss Gladys and a Chopper
  1. Kate Robertson says:

    Once again, excellent photography, really capturing the atmosphere. I especially like the early morning and the evening ones, and I loved the mad old gent driving Miss Gladys. Tres chic. X

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