Another gorgeous day in Gordes, a hilltop village which is listed one of the most beautiful villages in France and rightly so.We first went for a view from outside the village, on the “monkey hill”, name given by the villages to the rock where all the tourists stand to take pictures. Then we started to paint…
Here is a painting by Karen of the hilltop village:
This painting is a little shelter from the 19th century still standing, next to the road, painted by Robin:
Bruni, the watercolorist, used her imagination to paint lavender, red poppies and more….
Julie, an other watercolorist on the trip, started to sketch way before everyone else was set up:
Go to Gordes and get your paint brushes out if you love to draw, paint or create or your cameras out for a different kind of visual capture. Or you can just sit under an oak tree and eat camembert cheese, walnut salami, blue cheese, cherries and rabbit pate. Just a thought.