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Today is the Summer Solstice. The longest day in the Northern Hemisphere.
And because it’s much more fun to do things differently, I decided to share some of my winter shots from France. Why not?
Although it looks like fall (or Autumn), these photos were actually taken on the first of January, right during winter. The day before I was in the Pyrenees skying, and the next day I was sauntering with my brother along the Isle river in Perigueux.
Perigueux is a town in the Dordogne department in Aquitaine, South-West of France. It’s a quiet little town, with not much happening at this time of year. A nice escape from the crazy celebrations.
In other news, I’ve decided to launch a newsletter beginning next month, with interesting information and goodies. Let me know if you are interested in the idea of a monthly Canvas of Light newsletter, and if yes, what would you like to see included. Share your thoughts in the comments section.
I also decided to experiment for a while and I switched all my photos on Flickr under Creative Commons. So feel free to use them in your blog, website, newsletter or whatever you want but make sure you credit me (or my website) and link back to www.canvas-of-light.com.
And no commercial use please. I have a stock of Bath Salts and I’ll come find you if you do. If you need to use my work for money, contact me and we’ll agree on a licence.
I also disabled the right-click protection on my Smugmug gallery. Feel free to share.
That would be all. Enjoy the photos.
And as parting words, ask yourself the same question I found on this sign. If the answer is yes, carry on. If the answer is no, change it.
“Am I Happy?”