Moncoutant sur Sevre is a beautiful village in Deax Servages and each year it hosts a amazing outdoor photographic exhibition.
I’ve been lucky to be to 4 exhibitions.
It’s not just the quality of the images but the curating in placement around the Village. I have tried to capture both aspects of the exhibition.
Near to Montoucant is the Fortified Farm B&B. A fantastic place to stop take a break when heading east across France toward the Alps or beyond.
The rain had started when I arrived in France. A friend suggested I might be made a saint for breaking the drought!
I was happy to have a bed rather that putting up a tent, thanks to my hosts.
It wasn’t all wet and Jazz the whippet enjoyed the sun.
And me a walk in the forest.
At cloudless night and the low light of rural France gave a clear view of the Milky Way.
A perfect way to finish a stay with the most hospitable hosts in France.
6 thoughts on “Have you heard of the Moncoutant photographic exhibition.”
What a fabulous place and fabulous photography. I think my favourite is the orangutan reaching toward the viewer. Love it.
It’s such an amazing exhibition in this little village. The whole region is quite beautiful. I agree with your choice
What a setting to exhibit photographs!
It’s a fantastic setting in this really pretty village
Yes, I had heard of the Moncoutant photographic exhibition. But only from your previous adventures 🙂. Good to hear that your saintly potential has been recognised! And good timing that you didn’t have to camp in the rain. The B&B looks lovely. You could write a book on the wonderful places you’ve stayed in. Cheers Pauline
Yes one day I may pull these adventures reportedly my blog I to a manuscript. But then again I might not lol. Hope you are enjoying your time in the Whitsundays