Villages Between Chambord and Chenonceau

I was just drunk with the sights this day… for me everything was worth taking a picture of… even through the windshield of a moving bus!

A Portugese couple was sitting next to me, and the guy was always wondering aloud where all the people in these villages were…
well, here, I found one!

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      2011.04.15 Edited

      - kitünő ez a gólyalábas nézőpont, jól ellenpontozza a szinte regényes környéket
      - ritka csemege

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      2011.04.15 Edited

      ... és végül egy kicsit más, mint amit előzőleg láttunk, de az utazás is szép képeket adott. Köszönöm, hogy megosztottad ezeket a csodálatos képeket, Ági!

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      Joe
      2011.04.15 Edited

      Great shots Agnes. Especially like the street scenes in 8, 11, 12 and 14. Thanks for sharing.

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      2011.04.15 Edited

      So beautiful Agi! I was wondering the same thing as Christa. Must be nice to have the whole village to yourself. I am trying very hard not to be envious my friend.

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      2011.04.14 Edited

      Csak kapkodom a fejem, hogy merre jársz éppen. Irigyellek, na!

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      2011.04.14 Edited

      What a charming tour through these lovely villages. Where are the people?? Probably working!

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      2011.04.14 Edited

      4, 5, 8. i love them! Actually love them all. You should try shooting there at dusk. Just minutes before nightfall... I bet those buildings would look amazing in low light. But excellent. If I can't be there in person, I have you to guide me.
      Thank you
      J

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      2011.04.14 Edited

      Well how could you do anything else with all these charming sights popping up in front of you!!! And how fabulous that it wasn't crowded with people! You can't say the same thing about Paris of course!