In Paris, to prove it is pedigree, the Poules Noir de Gascogne, keeps its head and feathers and is wrapped in a special blue jacket with a wax seal. It has become very much à la mode, as people buy more from accredited breeders and less from the supermarkets.
Fourcès is a beautiful bastide village in the north of the Gers, with a circular 'place' that is set around where the old chateau used to be. It is famous for its elaborate flower festival at the end of April that attracts thousands of visitors.
Captive wood pigeons are set in the canopy of the trees to draw in the migrating palombes. This clever chap has trained his pigeons to also entertain them. Much to the chagrin of his next door neighbour.
Planet Gascony. A place time and space left behind. Inspired by 'Le Petit Prince', this unworldly oasis turns as it always has, as a 2CV satellite floats past. Available as an A3 (recommended, due to the amount of detail) and A4 giclée prints.