New photos in the Secret Paths Saint-Blaise gallery.
Visit the new Mother Nature gallery.
Life’s not so easy for Julius, what with the cows breaking into the garden and knocking him off his plinth. Not even Brutus caused so much pain and destruction! See other photos in the Snapped gallery.
La Tene, one of the two historic hearts of celtic civilisation, is only a few kilometres from where I live. With the recent flooding, it is hard not to imagine how the Celts would have coped back then. See more picture of the flooding in there Secret Paths Switzerland Gallery.
See the new photos published in the Secret Paths Neuchâtel gallery.
See the new photos posted in the Secret Paths Saint-Blaise gallery.
New quotes are added almost every day to the Illustrated Quotes gallery. Check them out.
Eleven authors from the Geneva Writers’ Group, all with recently published books, gave a public reading in the new English section of Payot Rive Gauche on Thursday April 9th 2015. To celebrate this well-attended event, some fifty photos have been published in the Secret Paths Geneva Writers’ Group gallery. Click to see all the photos and click individual photos to see a larger version.
Here is a list of the authors and their books (in the order of reading):
- Michelle Bailat-Jones, Fog Island Mountains
- Carmen Bugan, On the Side of Forgetting
- Peter St. John, Gang Warfare
- Lesley Lawson Botez, Holding Out for a Hero
- Massimo Marino, The Rise of the Phoenix
- Patti Marxsen, Helene Schweitzer: A Life of Her Own
- Alan McCluskey, In Search of Lost Girls
- Daniela I. Morris, Collecting Feathers
- Susan M. Tiberghien, Side by Side, Writing You Love Story, Footsteps, In Love with a French man
- Leonie van Daalen-Röell, Go, Not Knowing Where
- Roderick Vincent, The Cause
La Grande Cariçaie is a nature reserve by the Neuchâtel Lake that covers a large area of marsh land in which a wide variety of wild birds nest. That’s a cormorant you can see flying by in this picture. The images in the new Secret Paths gallery entitled La Grande Cariçaie portray the part of the Grand Cariçaie around Champ-Pittet which is run by Pro Natura.