Guy de Maupassant’s House Put Up for Sale in Étretat, Normandie

By Irina “Have you ever been to France?” “Yes, I visited Paris.” “Oh, that means you have never been to France…” Two hours’ journey and three hours’ ecstasy. Étretat is a tiny town on the French Atlantic coast of Normandie with famous chalk cliffs as the main attraction. This coast is also called the Alabaster… Read More Guy de Maupassant’s House Put Up for Sale in Étretat, Normandie

Vezelay, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, and famous for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir

Originally posted on michaelevansphotographerblog:
This delightful hilltop town was originally established in approximately the 9th century, the location being naturally very defensible. The Basilica of St Magdelene is also a designated World Heritage Site, and while beautiful I only photographed it from the rear as sadly the front was (like so many of the buildings…