This is a post that will definitely require a cut. I have minimal time, but will try to make notations of locations and so on!
Sens is a town in the Burgundy region of France, about 100 km southeast of Paris.
|Sens street scenes.|
|The spire of the town hall is all wrapped up,|
but still weirdly graceful.
|Even buildings covered with scaffolding are pretty.|
|In the markets.|
|The HUGE 12th C. cathedral.|
|Interior. This photo by Lora Fountain, |
who's my French agent.
|Effect created by the light |
from the stained glass windows.
|In a grocery store outside Sens.|
I hope she has enough bread.
|Field and shadows nearby.|
|House in the nearby town of Perceneige (which means "snowdrop").|
|House in Postolle, I think? Or thereabouts.|
|Unusual windmill in Postolle.|
|Barn above the town of Voisines (which means "neighbors").|
|Looking down on Voisines.|
|This is the old mill at what is now a restaurant and inn, |
Auberge des Vieux Moulins Banaux. I'm not sure
it's clear that I'm sitting. I could be a foot shorter than
I actually am and dancing a jig. Thanks, Lora, for this pic!