These are flowers from around the farmhouse in which we were staying... the tiny morning glory was growing in rocky soil amidst a long row of lavender that lined the drive. The bloom was the size of a nickle. The pink flower was probably a garden planting some time ago. The leaves were gray, which set off the pink flowers beautifully. I don't know the name of this one, however I am becoming more determined to identify all that I drew on this trip. I have a field guide, but as it's written in French and the pictures are tiny, it doesn't help one bit. What now?
Another trip to Provence is definitely coming to mind!