Reflection of harbour buildings and yaughts. Honfleur, Normandy, France.

“Honfleur is one of those few unique places that is truly unique in Europe. This historic medieval city port has a central basin around which are tall narrow house clad with slate shingle tiles to create an architecture that is both unique and picturesque. To sit in one of Honfleurs’ port side cafes and sip Pastis and become inspired by Honfleurs’ beauty as impressionist painter Claude Monet used to do is one of the great experiences France has to offer. Hope you enjoy the photos”, Paul Williams.   See More of Our Photos of Honfleur and France Download Honfleur Photos or Buy Prints Download picturesRead More →

The 12th century Romanesque Cistercian Abbey of Notre Dame of Senanque ( 1148 ) set amongst the flowering lavender fields of Provence near Gordes, France.

Provence in the south of France is a wonderful landscape of secret little valleys that lead to pan tiled hill top villages surrounded by Lavender fields. The Romanesque Senanque Abbey is tucked away in such a valley where its Medieval monks copied great manuscripts in its cloisters and made a living from selling lavender oils. Today it is a reminder of a monastic life that was smashed in France by the French Revolution. Senanque Abbey is a fine example of Romanesque architecture and as the sun rises over the steep hills that surround it and the first rays kiss the Abbeys Romanesque church and lavenderRead More →