Framed Photographs: The Loire Valley Edition

One of the places that I was fortunate to visit last 2009 was the Loire Valley. It is located in the middle stretch of the Loire River in central France and is about a 2-hour express train ride from Paris. It’s known as the Cradle of the French Language, and the Garden of France. Besides the central part of the Loire River Valley being added to UNESCO’s list of world heritage sites in 2000, the architecture of the different chateaux and wide variety of wines in the area are a must-experience in this place.

My heart is to bring the experience that took my breath away that autumn of 2009 to your homes by means of sharing my personal travel photographs of the said fairy-tale-like place.

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Merci (Thank you)!

*Flowers are not included. :p

“Autumn Greeting” (16×20 in metallic finish)
I was filled with such delight as I entered this pathway, with gigantic autumn trees and falling leaves that greeted me with so much love and anticipation.

“Pooch, Poise, and Partners” (20×30 in metallic finish)
One of my favorite hallways at one of Loire Valley’s beautiful Chateaux. The first thing that caught my eye was the pooch that matched the black and white flooring. The very poised and warm couple who owns the pooch were very nice to me as I asked for permission to take some photos of their baby pooch. I love the ray of sunlight in this room too.

“A look from the past” (16×20 in metallic finish)
I adore the details of this rustic window and the view of this countryside. I wonder what it feels like to live in a chateau like this.



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