Back to the Marsh by Michael Fontes of Les Orchidées de Najac:-
I’m going to write about a field, a marshy field. You may have a vision of elderly English people who retire abroad, dreamily sipping white wine by their swimming pools on hot summer evenings, as they prepare to tuck into the foie gras and the goat’s cheese. My expat idyll is very different: I spend my afternoons in wild places, studying the butterflies and wild flowers of the Aveyron, one of the most remote parts of deepest France. In my last article for The Vintage Magazine, I described the joys and pains of selling my photos in our village market. Here I’m going to write about a place, a field, a marshy field, where I took all the photos in this article.