Monday, May 18, 2020

Looking down

Here we are again in Rocamadour. This time, instead of looking up from the main street, we're above looking down. I believe that these buildings are part of the church/chapel complex built into the cliff face. It's all very medieval looking to me. I almost expect to see an armored knight or a court jester crossing the courtyard.

Looking down on Rocamadour from the château above, April 2006.

Sunday's ham and asparagus tarte turned out really well. I didn't take any photos, but Ken did. I don't know if he's planning to post them or not. We ate half (!) and will probably finish the other half today. The weather is pretty good, so we both have plans to work in the yard this morning.

7 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing these photos. I've loved every one. Enjoy the pleasant day and the satisfying work.

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  2. Amazing photo, I look forward to seeing France again, when the time is right.

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  3. By now, you've probably had the other half of the tarte, and finished you work in the yard. I hope you're having great weather!

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  4. mitch, thank you.

    chm, thanks!

    travel, I hope it happens!

    evelyn, :)

    bettyann, merci.

    judy, well, we didn't have the tarte as planned. Ken wanted to use up some tomato sauce. We will have it today. :)

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