Anyone up for a whistlestop tour of Medieval France?! I managed to go for a quick trot around town with my colleague just before the light faded, and I thought I’d stop by and share some of the pictures I took with you. This is the beautiful city where I’ve been staying for the past couple of weeks with work, and where I’ll be until almost the end of November.
It’s a gorgeous city filled with medieval buildings and countless picturesque street scenes.
It’s just so French it hurts.
The buildings are generally magnificent. For example, we thought this was the cathedral.
Nope, it’s just a regular church.
This is the cathedral. In fact, the cathedral is so big it doesn’t fit in a single frame, which is why you don’t get to see the outside (sorry).
The city is famous for its stained glass, and I can see why. The colours!
Something catches my eye at every turn. There are teeny tiny figures carved into the sides of some of the buildings that I find utterly charming.
My colleague patiently waited whilst I cooed at signs, lamps, aforementioned tiny carved ladies…
And now, competition time! If you can guess the city where I’m staying, please leave your guess in the comments, and whoever is closest will win a mystery prize from the region. Wherever in the world you live, you are welcome to enter. I will happily post it to you.
I will be choosing a winner at the end of my project, which is the end of November. As I’ve talked about before, I tend to like to keep things to do with my work a bit discreet so I don’t want to reveal the actual location until I’ve finished. So, you’ve got plenty of time to enter.
Hope you’re all having great weeks,