They always say tou shouldn’t return to a place as you might be disappointed second time round, but I ctually visited a little place in the Vienna in France four or five times…
Here are some images of this enchanting little village
Scene taken from the bridge through a willow, my favourite image from my first visit:
A number of other images to follow:
This was the pick of my images from my last visit in a September
Linked to Lens artists at John Steiner’s here
I can see why you like the place so much. The water-mill shot is lovely.
Best wishes, Pete.
That image is one of my enduring favourites!
What a quaint village. Your images make me want to walk the streets and enjoy the day. My favorite is the view looking down from above, but I also enjoyed the composition of the image with the lady and the flowers in the foreground. Thanks for sharing!
Many thanks, John, I’m pleased you enjoyed these!
It looks charming. I love the rooftops.
Very charming, indeed! You would love it!
Nice. I like the way the first two are framed with the foreground.
Love all the images and you have captured the atmosphere so well.
Thank you very much, Maris!
Gorgeous photos Sue and it looks a lovely spot.
Many thanks, Sheree!
Never been to the Vienne but I can see why it captivated you. Typiquement français, cet endroit!
I like the last shot – lovely light and it also reminds me of Ludlow castle.
It was stunning light that morning!
I can see why you’d go back. I would as well. Lovely place and my favorite is the first shot (I think.) 🙂
The first and the last are my favourites!
Pleased you like this!
It has a lot of charm. What led you there? 🙂 🙂 The first is a wonderful image.
Thank you, Jo! First time was in the late ‘90s, I think. My parents had been there, prompted by ‘French Leave’ by Richard Binns, a book I also had…..back roads France. On return trips from the MSA Euroclassic with our little old sportscar we would sometimes find ourselves at Angles….
Nice to know a bit of background. Sending Saturday hugs! Off to make another coffee and put the washing in. 🙂 🙂
Glorious images Sue – I’d never heard of this place but I can see why you love it. Truly amazing.
See my response to Jo on this post, Tina!
Such a charming place. Thank you for taking us there, Sue.
A pleasure, Amy!
some places are made for revisiting . . . I think the thing is, is not to leave too much time between visits
oops meant to say how fabulous your photos are – almost feels like we are walking around with you
Thank you, I’m a talented child….!!!
you are indeed xx
That’s probably the trick!
Ah, sooo lovely, Sue. I’d love to sit there by the lamp post. ♥
Thank you, A C!
Oh to be there.. It is my dream to spend a few months each year in France and Ireland..
And I would love to go back, Livonne!
My favorite is of the man looking down at the village. Its contemplative feel fits my current frame of mind.
Hmm, mine too, I feel
So many ‘wonderful light’ moments in these photos. Now have a big yearning for rural France.
Thanks, Tish! Very fortunate with the weather!