the white horse and an apple tree
Well. We weren’t far into the trip and i was already blown away by the countryside and the little villages we had passed through. From château de Carrouges we headed for Saint-Céneri-le-Gérei, which is well deserving of its Les Plus Beaux Villages de France status. It’s particularly tiny and on the day we visited only one of possibly three eating/drinking establishments was open but it just added to the absolute calm of the place.
We wandered around the outside of a church which offered a panoramic view of the village, best seen here (you’ll have to scroll a bit) with a fancy camera that has a proper panoramic thingy so I didn’t even attempt it ;)
Past the church and out towards what looks like just fields, stopping to say hello to a horse or two:
Then we come to a gate and I’m greeted by the sight of a tiny church down a slope covered in lilac flowers. omg. Squee. Etc. I can’t describe my excitement with text on a page. I scrambled about like a mad eejit trying to nail the photo that would let me take a slice of it home, but this is the closest I could get:
Maybe you just have to go see it for yourself… ;)