Rugby Line-out Chicken
There is some fowl play going on here ...
A pretty village in the Adour valley, as seen by a passing duck.
These chickens have a cunning plan to get to the kitchen garden unseen.
The Noir de Bigorre is the black pig from our part of SW France. The breed was almost extinct, but is now thriving again. Reared in the open and eating acorns and foraging in the woods, it's far tastier than supermarket ham and saucisson.
Two old friends stop to chat in under the hall in the medieval bastide of Bassoues. The soft suspension of the 2CV make it easier to lean into the sunroof and see each other.
There is a little corner of the universe that will always remain Gascony.
Planète Gascogne is Perry's fourth book of collected humorous drawings depicting the humanity and heritage of Gascon life.
When the wood pigeons migrate through SW France, some hunters become obsessed. It is sometimes called the 'Maladie bleue', or the blue sickness, due to the colour of the pigeons. This one has asked his wife to call his work to say that he won't be in for the next few days as he has the 'Maladie bleue'...
This chubby chappie needs all the help he can get to jump clear of the oncoming cow...
Drawn for the baker who restored Traction Avants and is a fan of Jacques Tati.