Author: Autumn (Janette)
As you probably know, Mr. Autumn and I rode our bicycles from the top to the bottom of France a few weeks ago. It was an amazing trip, and I wanted to share just a few photos with you. I don’t take the typical tourist photos. I like the angles of old buildings, things growing on old buildings, cows, landscapes, and peaceful places. I picked out just a few that you will hopefully enjoy.
We spent two days going through the Loire Valley so I had to share a castle….
The flower shops have such a nice way of displaying their items.
There were so many fields full of dead sunflowers. This is the only field that had live ones.
I loved the angles on this old house.
The most popular flowers in the entire country were geraniums. It was as if they had all gotten together and decided they would be the flower of the year.
There were so many old/interesting shutters in so many different finishes.
This foggy morning was one of my favorites. Although it is dangerous to cycle in these conditions, I loved the atmosphere. Mr. Autumn is waiting for me to take his photo.
We were in the beautiful mountains for three-fourths of the trip.
The bridges were charming.
This was a peaceful place.
These two gals reminded me of twins. I took lots of cow photos.
When we arrived at the Mediterranean Sea, of course we celebrated with champagne. (In case you are wondering, I am 5 feet 8 inches tall, and my Mr. Autumn is 7 feet tall. Yes, he played Division 1 basketball and played professionally in Europe).