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Old May 9, 2011, 5:43 AM   #1
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Cèret is a small village of around 7,500 inhabitants that lies at the foot of the Pyrenees Orientale. It is well known for its Musem which houses some of Picasso's work. Some of the cafés in town were well know meeting places for for famous artists at the start of the 19th century. It is a fab place to wander around and of course in betweeen showers and photos you are forced to stop for a cup of coffee and a monster macaroon crammed full of cream and raspberries !!!
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Old May 9, 2011, 6:20 AM   #2
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Nice history in this pretty town. I've booked my next holiday - yummo!!
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Beautiful shots of a beautiful place! I see why it attracted artists. Your composition is fantastic, and great colors!
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Really nice place thanks for sharing
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Very nice. Very cool looking place.

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I have to follow suit and say you captured the feel of the place really well.

To be honest, I prefer these to the 'Collioure' photo's.
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Really good photos Dyane

I love this kind of topics
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Nice pics, all, but I want to be in number 1. Looks like a really nice village. I hate you were forced to eat the monster macaroon lol.
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Nice shots....Id love to visit, far cry from the places I always go!
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Hello There Everyone and a BIG THANK YOU for all the feedback. I have to admit that being on holiday was a cross to bear, but someone had to do it....... and someone had to eat the rasberry macaroon ...... I did almost practise a bit of food photography on it, but unfortunately I ate the subject first
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