Driving through Souvigny-en-Solonge through to Sully-sur-Loire…

Following our visit at Chambord and stay in Tours-en-Solonge we headed back on the road through to Sully-sur-Loire… One of the delights of a photographic road trip is that you never know what delights await you around every corner; the lovely tiny village of Souvigny-en-Solonge was bathed in beautiful sunlight… You can just imagine an idyllic village lifestyle here…

Souvigny-en-Solonge church
Souvigny-en-Solonge church… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Souvigny-en-Solonge
Souvigny-en-Solonge statue and gardens.. © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Souvigny-en-Solonge church
Souvigny-en-Solonge church view 2 © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Souvigny-en-Solonge church
Souvigny-en-Solonge restaurant © Michael Evans Photographer 2013

The next town on our trip was Sully-sur-Loire, with yet another camera worthy Chateau… By this time the sky was clouding over, so it was time to think in black and white….

Sully-sur-Loire Chateau
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau reflections… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau as the weather changed… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau – taken with the Canon IXUS 125 HS… very handy to have in the pocket for such ‘grab’ shots… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau
Sully-sur-Loire Chateau – BW drama… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Town in the Loire valley
Having just moved, and not yet having unpacked everything, I cannot actually remember the name of this lovely town… To be updated… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
Rural France scene
The beauty of rural France… 6 image panoramic stitch… © Michael Evans Photographer 2013
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