Pope’s Palace, Avignon, France
Dominating Avignon from a hilltop, this 14th-century monument —headquarters of a schismatic group of cardinals who came close to destroying the authority of the popes in Rome—is one of the most notorious palaces in the Christian world, and one of the largest and most important medieval Gothic buildings in Europe.
A beautiful scenery outside of the river side restaurant “La Guinguette” where we dined at the outskirts of L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue
Captured this wedding couple in a vintage car driving through the bridge in the town of Fountain de Vaucluse.
Serendipitously came across this unknown valley of sunflower fields on route to Petit Luberon near the village of Mirabeau, France. The valley with was filled with sunflowers where I can not see the end. I was in awe of its expansiveness and beauty.
Reflected image of the houses by the river