I've been scanning the slides for our April-May 2004 walk from Le Puy to Figeac. This is a long process. One slide at a time, I place into the flatbed scanner with a slide adaptor. There is a prescan, then a scan, it goes into Photoshop and I have to adjust the lighting and name the slide. Maybe three minutes per slide.
You would think this is a tedious process, but as I go through the slides I am reliving that wonderful trip. It was cold and wet, rained most days and for five days it snowed, but we were prepared and comfortable. I thought I would share some of those snowy day images. The most snow was on the stretch from Nasbinals through Aubrac and Saint Chely. Click on the images below to see them full size.
To us, daffodils came from bulbs you buy and plant in your yard. Here they were everywhere: