To say that we are excited about the May/June 2022 edition of our MFCH Magazine would be an understatement. I think it is possible the most beautiful copy we have produced so far. Does that sound immodest? Maybe, but I’m allowed to boast about the magazine which is the fruit of the work of so many talented people!
Pulling together the content for each edition is the part that I love the most. It feels like decorating a new room or embroidering a tapestry. Each tiny element adds to the overall end effect, and every detail is important.
We could never produce this magazine without the input of the amazing photographers whose work we are proud to showcase. We are privileged to work with some of France’s finest photographers: Eric Sander, who specialises in gardens and architecture; Franck Schmitt who shoots interiors and also food; Georgianna Lane for her shots of Paris and flowers. And in May, we discovered a new talent – Yann Villaret.
Yann’s shots of horses galloping free on the beaches of Camargue took my breath away, and I was thrilled when he agreed to let us publish them in our magazine.
This edition is available, as always, in print and digital versions. Just pop over to myfrenchcountryhomemagazine.com and pick the edition that you prefer. You may also be interested to know that we sell any available past issues in the MFCH Boutique here.
We are currently working on the July/August 2022 issue, which will guarantee to whisk you away to the sunny summer season in France, charming you with flowers, interiors, gardens and authentic French living.
Your magazine is like sunshine in my mailbox — thank you!!
I love your magazine! Even my husband enjoys looking through it and picking out recipes for me to make. Thank you for all your effort in making this an extraordinary magazine. I only wish it came out monthly.
One store in our town carries your magazine, and I always get it, so I’m planning to subscribe. The photos of the Camargue horses were stunning, so much so that I had to show them to my husband and he agreed. The light and the action were perfectly captured. I’m not a horse person, but these….Wow! I’m slowly enjoying the rest of the magazine now. It’s lovely to visit France this way. Merci!
The images in your magazine are always gorgeous. The image of the horses leaves me speechless. Stunning.