A few more from around France. The French stores sure know how to display food! The close-up of the waterwheel and the outdoor market are both in L'isle-sur-la-Sorgue, which is my favorite small town in France. The Sorgue River runs throughout the town. The city on a hillside is Gordes, and the building with the grasses in the foreground is Senanque Abbey. It was built in 1148. It is famous for its fields of lavender, but we were there in the summer, so missed the beautiful lavender color.
Photographs by Newton at Home volunteer Rich Snider.
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