Château Gaillard, Les Andelys, France
Cruising on the Tagus river under the 25th of April Bridge and looking up at the Sanctuary of Christ the King national monument.
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I was very fortunate to catch this little boy playing in the streets of Cartagena. The puddle of water just behind him is left over from the street cleaning after a late night celebration in the city.
Here is the original, unedited photo:
I think both have something to offer.
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A picture from the vineyards of Chateaux Margaux taken from the entrance to the Chateaux itself. The road extends a long way into the vineyards.
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Here are some grapes from Chateaux Margaux, one of the five “First Growth” wineries in all of France.
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Trees in the garden behind the abbey.
Sunday Trees is a feature of Becca Given’s blog On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea.
On the Charente River.
I love digging through my archived photos to meet this weekly challenge sponsored by the ever prolific Cee. Today I found a photo from Christmas of 2014 where our twin granddaughters were opening and spreading out all of their presents on the floor. What a plethora of colors were staged on a beautiful oak floor.
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This beautiful splash of color was in the courtyard behind Hôtel La Licorne in the beautiful village of Lyons-la-Forêt.
Here is a picture of the village street in front of the hotel:
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