The painted huts of Oleron Island.
Located on the Atlantic side, the Oleron island, is famous and beautiful, reputed for seafood production particularly oysters. These former oyster farmers’ huts have turned into an unusual place for artists and craftsmen. Let’s have a walk in the bizarre world of their imagination.
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10 replies to “France – Charente : Oléron Island – 40 photos.”
Beautiful photographs here of a very scenic part of the world.
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Your likes on Monochromia have led me here, and I am so incredibly excited. I love anything to do with France, and your colorful photos are a welcome “daydream” of your wonderful country!
Thank you Stacy…hope you will find photos you like and share them with others ! Cécile
Great colourful pictures!
I know it very well… close relatives used to live in La Rochelle and Ré island… très joli! 🙂
So beautiful! I plan to get there! You make it look even lovelier.
C’est Belle. I love how you included historical elements in this post.
Great photos, like the old photos too!
Love the color. Beautiful
very colourful, I’m reminded of the film “37.2 le matin”