Mazégue, Arrien-en-Bethmale, 09800, ARIEGE

In 1762, Jean-Jacques Rousseau posited the existence of ancestral aboriginals who lived happy and free in the forest, centuries before their descendants succumbed to a modern nightmare of urban alienation. Ten years ago, in headlong flight from my own metropolitan misery, I sought the shade of the trees to rediscover what we’d lost so long ago.  Text and photos: Dominic Munton, Historie-Engelsk Lektorgrad  Through a glass darkly  At the … Les mer