Photographer's Note

Today I present you my native village.

Saint-Aubin is on the northern bank of Neuchtel Lake at the foot of the Jura chain. Approximately 2400 inhabitants live there and those are
named in patois "Poutous" (polecats). Saint-Aubin is part of this area
called "Broche" which includes the villages of Vaumarcus, Montalchez, Fresens, Saint-Aubin, Sauges, Gorgier and Chez-le-Bart.

So, the hospital where I was born is the long building right below the flag (red-white-green). Slightly on the right a small pointed villa is in cream color. I lived in the large house right behind.

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Additional Photos by Pierre Andre Douady (pady) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 880 W: 60 N: 445] (4800)
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