The traditional cake, 'Rocher des Pyrénées' or rock of the Pyrenees, is made by drizzling a special dough mix over a cone that is turned over a wood fire. This drawing celebrates the recipe and its setting. Spotted the marmot?
Getting your ball near to the pin is hard enough, without someone moving the flag as the ball in the air! The organisers of this competition have a remote-controlled jeep attached to the flag, just to make things even more difficult. Available as an A4 giclée print.
This pair of turtle doves have wandered under the eyes of the local pigeon hunting club. 'Palombières' are hides built in trees and used by local hunters during the migration of the wood pigeon. They can sometimes contain furniture, TV and even a fridge! Prints available at A3 and A2. There is too much detail for an A4 print.
Sunday morning at the boulangerie can be a bit of a scrum as everyone comes for their gateaux and bread. Perry was on his way to the rugby club and this scenario came to his mind. Watch out for the granny in the second row, she's vicious!