The Colors of Rennes-les-Bains

On the first day of my photography retreat in France, we drove through the winding roads and steep foothills of the Pyrenees to reach Rennes-les-Bains, a tiny Languedoc village perched on both sides of the river Sals. Artifacts discovered in the village indicate that Rennes-les-Bains was known for its hot and cold springs even before the Romans established colonies in the area.

The village’s narrow streets inch up steep hills and twist their way down to the river. Around every corner there are surprise bursts of colors aglow in the late summer sun. Come explore the colors of Rennes-les-Bains with me.  (All images © Janet Hince, 2014.)

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9 thoughts on “The Colors of Rennes-les-Bains

    1. I have no idea. There was not anyone in that particular back ally to ask, even if my French could make asking possible. I loved all the different types and colors of shutters, too. I only posted a couple of shutter photos – but I think I have shutter pictures with every other color of the rainbow.


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