Tuesday, May 23, 2006

The Tarn at Albi

A view of the bridges over the River Tarn at Albi which was taken as we stolled around the gardens outside of the Toulouse-Lautrec museum.

12 comments:

Mark said...

Beautiful shot Wilf, I have very fond memories of Albi. It was the last time my mother came to visit us in France before passing a way.Loving the style of your daily by the way, good work.

Lisi said...

Hi Wilf, the view is so beautiful and some pretty landscaping in the garden too.

Nerissa said...

What a lovely view. A bit different than the France with which I am familar. I'm much more familiar with the upper half than the lower half. Looks like a lovely place for a stroll

luggi said...

Wow!

Marieta said...

It must be stunning to see this for real..

Wilf James said...

Thanks for all you lovely comments.

We have some guest staying with us at the moment so my computer time is limited and also for checking out other DPB's

I think nerissa asked if I had any images of the outside of Albi Cathedral. I do but it has a very sober brick exterior compared to the interior, I see if I have something that will show it’s sombre exterior.

Eric said...

I can tell you Marieta, in real life it's as beautiful as this photo. And it's not only Albi but you find gorgeous southern villages everywhere in this region. I love it ;)

No wonder you've got guests Wilf!!

soosha_q said...

I do suppose that when I finally have enough money and can convince hubby to visit France with me we shall have to visit the southern part of the country too. So beautiful!

santy said...

spectacular view!!

bcinfrance said...

One of my favorite views anywhere! I lived in Albi from 1990-1992 and my first daughter was born there. Everything about it brings back waves of nostalgia - keep up the good work!

Alexander said...

Gorgeous photo. Definately looks like a place worth visiting.

Grant F said...

stunning, stunning picture wilf. wonderful composition, beautiful colours