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The development of the site took a lot of work initially and served to keep me busy for a substantial period of time. Inevitably though I started to become a little bored and wanted to look around for other, different projects. So what better thing could there be to do in retirement than to return to old passions which had, necessarily, to take second place to work when earning a daily crust was the main purpose of our lives. For me personally, the passion is the entertainment industry in its many forms, film, TV, theatre, music and so on. So it is time for me to diversify a little; to take a part of this site and dedicate it to that mostly merry band of people whose aim it is in life to enthral and entertain us. To that end, I am starting 2 new sections of the site. The first, ‘Box Office’,* aims to showcase the work of actors and tribute artists. Please note however that I am not talking about promoting Johnny Depp here. All the featured artists and their work are personally known to me – so don’t get too excited! The second, ‘Hache-Tag Promotions’,** promotes independent film makers. I hope to offer visitors to this section, not only an insight into the work that goes into film-making, but also ways to contact the producers and directors and help support their work.
Questions, feedback and comments on any and all sections of this site are warmly welcomed. Stay in touch.
* The artists’ individual pages will not be available for the public to view until the individual artist has approved them. Hache
** Links to Hache-Tag Promotions section are provided here and at the top of this page.
The Camargue Cross
symbol of faith, hope and charity
The Marquis Folco de Baroncelli commissioned Hermann-Paul to design the symbol in 1924.
It represents the gardians (the herders of the wild Camargue bulls) and the fishermen both of whom play such a vital role in the Camargue.
More details can be found on the Montpellier page of the site.