Category Archive: France

Paris in black and white

I saw Paris in the spring, summer and fall.I want to see it immensely during winter, snowy, cold and deserted.

The love I have for Paris, in photos

Not everyone understands the love I have for Paris. But for me, France’s capital holds a special place in the heart

Market day in Provence in Isle sur la Sorgue

Sunday Market in Isle sur la Sorgue, where they sell antiques. Old things can be extremely photogenic.

Avignon, in Provence, France

Photos from Avignon, a city in Provence, France, with the most relaxed atmosphere I’ve ever found in a big city.

A colorful village in Provence: Roussillon

Roussillon is a red village in Provence, France. It stands on Ochre Deposits, which gives red pigment for the colored houses.

Villages of Provence – Bonnieux and Lourmarin

Bonnieux and Lourmarin – 2 beautiful villages in Provence, France. Colored shutters, cobbled streets and flowers everywhere!

Gordes, the hilltop village in Provence, France

Gordes is one of the most beautiful hilltop villages in the Provence region of France. I loved the white stone houses on the rocky hill

Dijon, the city in France with beautiful buildings

Located in Burgundy Region of France, Dijon is famous for the Dijon mustard and the architecture of the buildings

Valençay Castle on Loire Valley, France

Château de Valençay It’s one of the most beautiful châteaux of the Loire Valley and from what I noticed, also one of the most underrated. There weren’t many visitors; the traveling agencies and… Continue reading

Chenonceau Castle on Loire Valley, France

Among many other beautiful castles on Loire Valley in France, Chateau de Chenonceau is well worth a visit. Built around the 13th century on the river Cher (a left tributary of the river… Continue reading

Chambord Castle on Loire Valley, France

It’s the largest castle on the Loire Valley and, in my opinion, the most beautiful as well! Château de Chambord, in France, is a fairytale come true! Built in French Renaissance architecture, the… Continue reading