village walk : escragnolles

Route Napoléon D6085
A small road, ±300km long, on the mountain slopes leading to many
small villages in the western Alpes Maritimes. This is the same path
that Napoléon took in 1815 for his return from Elba Island, Italy.
Even while driving, the landscapes are giving my tummy a little tug.

Escragnolles, Alpes Maritimes
Population : ±326 - Alt : 1000m

A small village in the middle of nowhere.
The quiet centre of the village.
Just a walk around one block.

A very old uninhabited village house.
Not maintained but beautiful wooden
door & windows and stone walls.

Village Walks are my short passages to little villages with hopefully
a very small population (- 2000), with spontaneous transits.


From Manila to Paris, then to Marseille & to the Côte d'Azur, now in Singapore, clinging to a map of three worlds, where everything becomes all relative.


  1. very nice, indeed...wish to see it in person, someday.

  2. Wow Makis, thanks for sharing the lovely photographs! I love the village house!!! You've just given me a glimpse of France! :-) Thanks so much dear! Mwah!

  3. Naalala ko ung film ni Diane Lane sa photos mo: Under the Tuscan Sun.

  4. Nice photos, very scenic. What a lovely site to go hiking and taking photos.

  5. Great to see you back in my blog, guys! Thanks, thanks!

    And welcome, Ruthi! Thanks for leaving a trace :)

  6. Issirac next time! In 3 years or so, heheheh!

  7. Looking forward already, Kala!

  8. Now you can post Cabris in your photo collections, with the Giraldis hehehe