Last summer, my family decided to go to Brittany, France 🇫🇷, because we thought it wouldn't bee "too hot". With a maximum temperature of 21℃ over a period of 16 days, we were not disappointed in this regard. We could have done it without that much rain, though.
We rented a flat in the Manoir des petites Bretonnes, which was beautiful. But due to the weather, we were seldomly able to sit outside and enjoy the beautiful garden.
Bad weather hikes
We tried to be good Germans, bought new raincoats for the kids and went on a lot of adventorous hikes over rocks and beaches.
Good weather hikes
On rare occasions, despite the weather report predicting a rainy day, we could see the blue of the sky for some moments. And boy, Brittany was beautiful then!
Medium weather hikes
One day we went on a hike along the coast, and there were small stone houses and hydrangeas everywhere.
Visiting an old abbey
All images above were taken with the Minolta TC-1 compact camera on Kodak Gold 200 and Portra 400. The TC-1 split the work with the Leica M6, which was usually loaded with B&W film. But that is for another post.