So as you may have guessed from the title, my family and I took a week long trip to Normandy, northern France, renting a cottage in the sleepy village of Lonlay l’Abbaye. Using this as a base we traveled out most days, taking in as much of the surrounding area as possible.
The scenery was fantastic as one might imagine, from rolling fields of corn and maize, to old rustic and often run down buildings. Right up my street.
The pictures above are my favourites from the shots I took for myself, when not grabbing snaps of the family. I’ve decided to leave them mixed up rather than separate them into different locations, as quite frankly I can’t be arsed, hehe. A good proportion were taken wandering through various back and side streets as I am want to do. The places we visited are as follows: Lonlay l’Abbaye, Honfleur, Granville, Bayeux, Alencon, Bagnoles-de-l’Orne, Domfont and a couple of impromptu stops along the way.
À la prochaine