Snow and Lavender
"An escapist portrait of the unexpected wild side of one of our most beloved French regions, seen through the eyes of the people who live there. Drift away into the purple haze of the lavender fields and spend a tranquil afternoon with a mountain shepherd in wild herb meadows. From French cowboys to an English Cellist, we meet the people who live among some of the most exotic wildlife and rugged scenery in Europe. There are chamois, griffon vultures, wild black bulls and tens of thousands of pink flamingos. Lifestyles and viewing which are a feast for all the senses, all best accompanied with a chilled glass of white wine.."
It looks like Julian might have ended up on the cutting room floor, which is a shame as the publicity would have been great for him. Hey ho. Perhaps you can't be a wonderful painter and consumer of oysters and wine and then do ace interviews.
Meanwhile, back in the real wild Provence, it is snowing up to the cat's bottom and I'm not sure J will be able to get out of the door let alone into the replacement banger and out of the drive to pick me up for the weekend. Looks like I might have to go to a Lyon Bouchon all on my own.