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My extreme sorrow for all the victims and people of France.

My granddaughter, Olivia is right in Paris studying since September.

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In the gardens at château de Balleroy in France.

View of the Alps from Les Saisies, Savoie, France

 

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While traveling through France near Beaune, we stopped for a break at a small village. It was a perfect weather day with no wind. I could see the most incredible reflections of buildings so I stopped long enough to take a few images with my wife trying to pull away to see the village. Such is life (at least before the pandemic). Would love to be out traveling again. (Edited in Lightroom and Topaz)

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View of the Alps from Les Saisies, Savoie, France

 

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Sur le Chemin de Compostelle en mai 2019 - avec mon mari. Ce jour-là nous avons revu une femme connue la veille et on a fait quelques photos . Nous d'elle et elle de nous. il faisait froid dans l'Aubrac. J'avais tellement hate qu'il fasse plus chaud. ..cette aventure est tout-de-meme encore tellement présente dans mon esprit et dans mon coeur que je ne peux pas y revenir encore et encore. J'ai écrit sur mon blog LA MARCHE et si ca vous intéresse de lire ou de voir d'autres photos, dites-le moi.

 

It was on the Camino de Santiago in France in May 2019. Is it possible that two years have passed. I am so grateful we were there at that time ( although it was a bit cold in the high elevation of the Aubrac). Do you see th fence..?? it is Friday so I say HFF and THANK YOU for your comments.

village northwest of Paris, on a drive to Giverny

Les Andelys is a french village located in the Normandy region on the banks of the Seine River. I added a texture to give the image an old antique effect. It was a beautiful village with wonderful shops. Sony H series camera (not Casio) as shown.

Èze, tourist site on the French Riviera, is famous worldwide for the view of the sea from its hill top. This gem of a medieval stone village lies between Monaco and Nice. The oldest building in the village is the Chapelle de la Sainte Croix and dates back to 1306.

 

Walking Tour of the Medieval Village of Eze

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The Huguenot Church, also called the French Huguenot Church or the French Protestant Church, is a Gothic Revival church located at 136 Church Street in Charleston, South Carolina. From our April South Carolina trip. Designed by Edward Brickell White and dedicated in 1845.

The French King Bridge is the three-span "cantilever arch" bridge that crosses the Connecticut River on the border between the towns of Erving and Gill, Massachusetts

Esquelbecq Castle

 

The castle was already mentioned in 1299, when the daughter of Thierry d'Esquelbecq, Beatrix, married Gauthier Ghistelles. Their descendants owned the Esquelbecq castle until 1584, when the French lords were forced to sell their possessions in Flanders by the Spanish rulers.

 

The castle was besieged several times. In 1586, part of the castle was destroyed by Spanish malcontents. From 1606-1610 the castle was rebuilt.

 

The purchaser and new lord and earl of Esquelbecq was Valentin de Pardieu, governor of Gravelines, who led campaigns with the armies of Charles V. When he died without heirs in 1595, the castle of Esquelbecq was left to his nephew Philippe Levasseur de Guernonval. His descendants owned the castle for the next 225 years. In 1793, the Esquelbecq castle also suffered the wrath of the Patriots. Everything that reminded them of the Ancien Régime was looted, destroyed or removed. At the beginning of the 19th century, the castle was ruined by battles and 15 days of enemy occupation. The Guernonval family abandoned it and finally sold it in 1821 to Louis Colombier, a merchant from Lille.

 

In 1984, the keep collapsed. From 2000 to 2016, restoration work was carried out.

 

The castle, outbuildings and garden and landscape park are protected and listed on 17-08-1987.

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In 1299 was er al sprake van het kasteel toen de dochter van Thierry d'Esquelbecq; Beatrix, trouwde met Gauthier Ghistelles. Hun nakomelingen bezaten het kasteel van Esquelbecq tot in 1584, toen de Franse heren door de Spaanse overheersers gedwongen werden hun bezittingen in Vlaanderen te verkopen.

 

Het kasteel werd diverse malen belegerd. In 1586 werd een deel van het kasteel vernield door spaansgezinde malcontenten.

Van 1606-1610 werd het kasteel herbouwd.

 

De koper en nieuwe heer en graaf van Esquelbecq was Valentin de Pardieu, gouverneur van Gravelines, die veldtochten voerde met de legers van Karel V. Toen hij in 1595 stierf zonder erfgenamen werd het kasteel van Esquelbecq nagelaten aan zijn neef Philippe Levasseur de Guernonval. Zijn nakomelingen bezaten het kasteel gedurende de volgende 225 jaar. In 1793 onderging ook het kasteel van Esquelbecq de woede van de patriotten. Alles wat herinnerde aan het Ancien Régime werd geplunderd, vernield of verwijderd. In het begin van de 19de eeuw werd het kasteel geruïneerd door veldslagen en 15 dagen vijandelijke bezetting. De familie Guernonval liet het in de steek en verkocht het uiteindelijk in 1821 aan Louis Colombier, een handelaar uit Lille.

 

In 1984 stortte de donjon in. Van 2000 tot 2016 werden restauratiewerkzaamheden uitgevoerd.

 

Zowel het kasteel, bijgebouwen alsmede de tuin en het landschapspark zijn beschermd en geklasseerd op 17-08-1987.

 

Annecy, France is a city of natural marvels. It is a very beautiful city and it’s folks a friendly, hospitable and simple. I loved touring it when I was there. Will definitely consider revisiting it in the future if the opportunity pops up. Wish you a comfortable day.

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My friends today complained that a man hiding under the nickname "monte-leone" www.flickr.com/photos/monte-leone/ posted in his account under his nickname dozens of my photos that he downloaded here with Flikr. He cut the box with my name. I asked him to delete my pictures that did not belong to him. Check out his account whether there are some 3500 photos among your cae, not even yours.

Esquelbecq Castle

 

The castle was already mentioned in 1299, when the daughter of Thierry d'Esquelbecq, Beatrix, married Gauthier Ghistelles. Their descendants owned the Esquelbecq castle until 1584, when the French lords were forced to sell their possessions in Flanders by the Spanish rulers.

 

The castle was besieged several times. In 1586, part of the castle was destroyed by Spanish malcontents. From 1606-1610 the castle was rebuilt.

 

The purchaser and new lord and earl of Esquelbecq was Valentin de Pardieu, governor of Gravelines, who led campaigns with the armies of Charles V. When he died without heirs in 1595, the castle of Esquelbecq was left to his nephew Philippe Levasseur de Guernonval. His descendants owned the castle for the next 225 years. In 1793, the Esquelbecq castle also suffered the wrath of the Patriots. Everything that reminded them of the Ancien Régime was looted, destroyed or removed. At the beginning of the 19th century, the castle was ruined by battles and 15 days of enemy occupation. The Guernonval family abandoned it and finally sold it in 1821 to Louis Colombier, a merchant from Lille.

 

In 1984, the keep collapsed. From 2000 to 2016, restoration work was carried out.

 

The castle, outbuildings and garden and landscape park are protected and listed on 17-08-1987.

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In 1299 was er al sprake van het kasteel toen de dochter van Thierry d'Esquelbecq; Beatrix, trouwde met Gauthier Ghistelles. Hun nakomelingen bezaten het kasteel van Esquelbecq tot in 1584, toen de Franse heren door de Spaanse overheersers gedwongen werden hun bezittingen in Vlaanderen te verkopen.

 

Het kasteel werd diverse malen belegerd. In 1586 werd een deel van het kasteel vernield door spaansgezinde malcontenten.

Van 1606-1610 werd het kasteel herbouwd.

 

De koper en nieuwe heer en graaf van Esquelbecq was Valentin de Pardieu, gouverneur van Gravelines, die veldtochten voerde met de legers van Karel V. Toen hij in 1595 stierf zonder erfgenamen werd het kasteel van Esquelbecq nagelaten aan zijn neef Philippe Levasseur de Guernonval. Zijn nakomelingen bezaten het kasteel gedurende de volgende 225 jaar. In 1793 onderging ook het kasteel van Esquelbecq de woede van de patriotten. Alles wat herinnerde aan het Ancien Régime werd geplunderd, vernield of verwijderd. In het begin van de 19de eeuw werd het kasteel geruïneerd door veldslagen en 15 dagen vijandelijke bezetting. De familie Guernonval liet het in de steek en verkocht het uiteindelijk in 1821 aan Louis Colombier, een handelaar uit Lille.

 

In 1984 stortte de donjon in. Van 2000 tot 2016 werden restauratiewerkzaamheden uitgevoerd.

 

Zowel het kasteel, bijgebouwen alsmede de tuin en het landschapspark zijn beschermd en geklasseerd op 17-08-1987.

 

The calanques (fjord-like bays) in the Cassis are particularly spectacular. Frequently a fog moves from the sea towards the mainland. Together with the sunlight in the late afternoon it is a spectacular scenery. Cassis, France.

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a little language lesson for Friday with a nice French soap.

 

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