A summer afternoon at Envies Rhonements festival in Camargue
Early August, between two travels at the extremities of summer schools holidays, we dropped our luggage to laze at home. Weather was sunny and hot. In fact, for my Belgian nature, it was way TOO sunny and TOO hot. My knocked out mind nearly missed the festival we absolutely wanted to discover this summer. It’s only the last day that I remembered I promised myself to leave for a few hours my new best friend, the fan, to LISTEN THE LANDSCAPE.
Direction Avignon Castle for Envies Rhonements festival. This festival in Camargue, organized by Le Citron Jaune, a National Centre for Street Arts, offers a sensory trip in the nature along environmentally friendly artistic installations, performances and shows.
We arrived in Avignon Castle as we would have penetrate a daydream, all our senses are turned upside down. This suspended afternoon, listening the landscape will remain a lovely summer souvenir, most distant trips aren’t always what you believe them to be.
We’ll not miss the next Envies Rhonements festival, but, in the meantime, we’re already impatient to discover next Citron Jaune surprise, a new occasion to prolongate summer. Will you be there?
This post was written by Daphne