The Last Pics of South of France

It was so hard to narrow these picks down.

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A modern church: 77 years old. Not sure what part of Agen we were in. It was stunning to see  a newer structure made mostly of brick.

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This is a shot from a restored ancient village also in a part of Agen. The buildings where built 6 feet apart to help with preventing fire spread.

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Moirax. Jenniferdouwes.wordpress.com

A monkerey. Yeah I know that’s not a word :-). This is a very old building where the monks of Moirax lived. We might have still been in Aubiac here but ii could have been just outside.

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Papaya Jenniferdouwes.wordpress.com

This looks like candied bacon right?  No? I think we miss bacon. It’s really candied papaya.

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Carcassonne Jenniferdouwes.wordpress.com

We found the papaya at Carcassonne. A million magnificent photos exist for this place,  Google it and you’ll see. For me my camera was flirting with ghosts. It barely worked while we were there. I kept getting photos of orbs or simply black or white shots or scenes I hadn’t even framed. Ross Allison shared that indeed the castle et al is haunted. Glad it wasn’t just me.

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Giant Nutella. Jenniferdouwes.wordpress.com

Last photo from this area: the largest container of Nutella I’ve ever seen. This should make at least a few of you smile.

Next up: the rouge city; Toulouse.

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