The Calanques are rock formations near the sea.
It offers beautiful scenery, and great rocks playground!
I made my way to Draguignan, this nice charming town inside the land between Marseille and Nice! I met up with an old friend! Everything is so charming at this season!
Beautiful Nice city! It got the right name!
The old town has nice little colored streets with smells ans shops.
Great soundwalk in here!
Of course, the sea is omnipresent!
This floor made me dizzy somehow:
For few hours, my body is transported in an alternative reality.
Everything looks smooth and silky from up there!
I can’t appreciate more the window seat!
For few minutes I almost forgot about the loud plane rumble.
The world is full of beauties! Enjoy the scenery!
Along my walks around Freiamt in the Black Forest region, I found these little chicken running freely in the grass! This was so rejoicing to see these little creature in these conditions.
Recording clocks in the most well-known region of the world for its clocks and watches!
There great kind of clocks of all sorts!
in Morteau, la fond-de-chaux, et LeLocle!
I still have been in stealth mode in the city of Basel (in French: Bâle), few hours there but great city.
Some cafe ambiences…
and also exterior places
Following my trip to Switzerland.
Zurich is a nice, artsy, German and bike-friendly metropolis!
Some crowds, restaurant terrace in the old city.
a small amusement parc
a greenhouse in the botanic garden.
What is the soundscape you have in mind whenever one speaks about Switzerland?
I think I got this one. Not easily though. but with few days of meandering in the inner country.
Visual landscapes are more easy to capture than their corresponding soundscapes!
Partly because too many noise pollution is going on.
One main reason is that Switzerland is in the middle of Europe airplane flight paths.
It is particularly interesting to hear the sound inflected by an architecture structure. The wood allows to resonate in a different way!
Over the days, I got obsessed with rivers! There are so many from the mountains! And they all sound different!