This is the second in a series of photographic celebrations, examining the rural beauty of France at different times of the year. Busselle's subjects range from unspoilt medieval villages blasted by the Mistral to a renaissance Chateaux in the Loire and mellow vineyards in the autumn.
From the rugged cliffs and golden beaches of Brittany to the misty, sheep-cropped mountains of the Auvergne, from the dark forests of the Alsace to the perfumed shore of the Mediterranean, Michael Busselle has covered thousands of miles, exploring remote river valleys and tiny country roads to record the beauty of France. His images convey the subtle ways in which the scenery changes as one season gives way to the next. The annual cycle of the seasons has also been closely observed for many years by Frederic Raphael from his village home in the Perigord. In his commentary he gives his impressions of the changing landscape and records some of the traditions - social, agricultural and gastronomic - that contribute so much to the appeal of rural France.
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