Sunday, October 1, 2017

in the corner

I showed you the exterior of this old church
on Friday.  Here's the interior—
so simple. I love it.

[Linking back to inSPIREd Sunday
and Shadow Shot Sunday


  1. A couple years ago you also showed us a view from the interior.

    Those statues could be young-uns considering that the oldest part of the church has been there a thousand years.

    “Surrounding the church, walkers are welcome on the parish land. It was here on 5 December 1926 that Claude Monet was buried. His great friend, Georges Clemenceau, was present on that icy cold day. It was him who, before leaving, removed the black cloth placed on the casket, uttering :

    “No black for Monet.”


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