Some selects from the first leg of my journey–I stayed in a beautiful and secret house in St. Jean Cap Ferrat right on the bay. We could walk down stairs and directly into the sea, spending hours just floating, picking yachts in the distance to try to swim out to, referencing the count of monte christo. I ate my weight in saucisson, shopped for fresh fruit at the local marché and got to spend time with family. We took some afternoon trips to villa Kerylos and Eze (for the views and the champagne) and a quick morning in Monaco (meh). It was my first time really spending time on the cote d’azure and I guess I get what all the fuss is about.

13 Responses to “saint-jean-cap-ferrat”

  1. Rebecca says:

    what an amazing adventure. adore the little red headed lad running down the lane.

  2. steph lloyd says:

    lovely photos, laure. love your perspective on things.

  3. So incredible. Your photos are always so magical

  4. umithepumi says:

    love this album, especially the little copper headed imp.

  5. suzy8track says:

    Wow, that looks so dreamy!

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  7. Alyce says:

    gorgeous images. Although that ladder in the last photo makes me dizzy!

  8. O Tantimedh says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous images.

    I’ve been a longtime follower of your blog and love your work. I also love reading your personal blog post stories. They really complement each other.

    Are your prints ever available for purchase? Should I get in touch with you via email?

  9. dean says:

    oh. my. good. lord.

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  11. Nina Sovich says:

    Hi, I live in Paris and I have visited the South of France often. These are really gorgeous pics and remind me how much I miss the summer. It’s snowing here, which is really weird, and summer seems even further away than possible. Anyway, nice pics!

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