Monday, July 11, 2022


Granville is a small city on the west coast of the Cotentin Peninsula in Normandy. We stopped on our way south and walked around a little, but not very far. The city is built out on a high bluff that juts out into the Channel. In the nineteenth century, Granville became a popular seaside resort.

The north side of the Point du Roc, Granville. Another b/w treatment of a digitized color slide, January 1992.

The high pressure system to our north is starting to shift toward the east. That means that the wind is also shifting. Warmer (hotter) air will be moving in over the next few days, especially as the wind continues to shift to the east and south. There's very little humidity, so that's a plus.


  1. Granville looks even more craggy and severe in black and white.

  2. Safe from rising sea levels.

  3. I always like hearing about the weather there. Again you take splendid photos.

  4. mitch, moody.

    andrew, at least in this part of town.

    michael, aw, thanks!


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