Newer tombs of fresh granite in the foreground.
I went into the church to see what it looked like and to take some pictures while Ken stayed outside with Callie. Once I was done, I looked after the dog while Ken went inside. He took more photos inside than I did. I had my 50mm lens on the camera and it's very restrictive in indoor situations.
Churches are churches. I'm not religious at all, so I see them as architecture and cultural artifacts. Some French people see them that way as well, but others keep the faith, as it were. Most churches in France are more than historical monuments, they are living buildings with congregations that care for them as well as they can.