Snapshot from Corsica: The village of Felce in November

This picture was taken during November in Felce, a small village in northern Corsica. I am not a photographer (not even close to being one), so this picture misses the top of the bell tower. That day, I was so fascinated by the sky, the clouds, the greenness of the square… I took this picture and went on, without looking at it. This is my village, after all.

Only a few people remain in Felce, just like in the other village of the “Pieve d’Alisgiani” (ed: name of the valley). So November is there a very quiet moment of the year. But it is at this time, during those moments, that you can feel the particular atmosphere of an autumnal morning, somewhere in the mountains of Corsica.

Guillaume Bereni

Guillaume is the owner and editor of Sustainable Corsica. Outside of his author role in various websites -about various subjects- for more than 10 years, Guillaume runs a small consulting agency that aims at helping tourism companies in Corsica in their project for more conscious and sustainable activity (you can visit the website -in french- at Happy husband, happy father of three energic children, traveling lover, curious by nature and a bit nerdy too (nobody is perfect).

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