I remember it as if it were yesterday / 8

In the ’90s, my parents mentioned a little town in the Vienne that we might like to see on a return from the EuroClassic if we were in the area. One year we did work a route out to take it in, and loved it, visiting 3 or 4 times over the years.

The town is Angles sur l’Anglin, and I can still recall taking each of these images of this deloightful place

The first one that really ‘spoke’ to me was this view of the old mill through some willow trees

And whenever we were there, I enjoyed strolling about the place

Looking over Angles village

The castle looks over the town from it’s vantage point:

One morning, I slipped out of the hotel before breakfast to grab some images in the early morning light, and was well rewarded:

Morning mist clearing, Angles sur l’Anglin

Hope you have enjoyed this reminisce

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22 comments

  1. A lovely old town, Sue. I can see from the photos why you liked it so much. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Looks like a great spot. I particularly liked the bridge reflection shot.

  3. Such a delightful place

  4. Oh, the feeling comes through so intensely…a lovely, lovely place.

  5. It does look very peaceful and charming and you have some lovely shots. The last one reminds me a lot of Ludlow castle 🙂

  6. How beautiful. I love the name too. Great shots, Sue.

  7. Lovely, one to add to the list 🙂

  8. Very lovely images, Sue. A beautiful place to be.

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