Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Le Château at Bruniquel

So how many old villages are there in France? Lots and lots is the answer, and it is not a case once you have seen one you have seen them all. They all have there own character and amongst the many things I love about France is the uniqueness of these charming places where there is plenty to discover.

After climbing slowly up through the winding streets right at the top of the village of Bruniquel there is Le Château and a spectacular view over the river Aveyron.

4 comments:

Sam said...

The sky is so blue - and the building has such pure, sharp lines...a gorgeous photo!!

soosha_q said...

Oh I've been so busy in the last couple of days that I haven't had time to check in on your blog! The past couple of pictures are well worth the wait, though! So beautiful!

Nerissa said...

It's true. One cannot get bored by old French architecture. There's always something cool and new around the corner if you're really looking.

Mark said...

I love these photos Wilf, you are really showing the old France the way it should be shown.