No one gets tired of being helped. Help is an act in accordance with nature. Never tire of receiving or giving.
— Marc Aurèle
When the colors of autumn begin to become rarer with the fall of the leaves, nature still gives us to see. It is then on the rock that our gaze is directed. This curvaceous plant, nestled in moss, stone, and cool places is aptly named “Navel of Venus”.
The softness of its waterlogged flesh is very tasty and quenches the pilgrim’s thirst as its shape of bowl encourages it.
Seeing it I already felt its soothing effects and I learned that this local Aloe Vera calms the pain of burns in a pleasant and effective way and also has the property of healing.
Good Sunday to all,
The gallery in Cabrerets is again open to the public, you are welcomed!