I thought I’d share some of the photos I took of this tiny little french village in the northern countryside. We were a five minute walk from Belgium and a half hour drive to Luxembourg. Surprisingly central for what upon first glance seems to be the middle of nowhere.
We took a leisurely walk through the village one of the days and it took approximately 20 minutes to walk from one end to the other. It was fantastically charming, as one usually expects the french countryside to be. It’s as unsuburban as you can get. Each house shares at least one side with another. And each house is distinguished from the other by a different color, door, window, or shutter. It’s marvelously diverse and quite an aesthetically pleasing place to live. I feel fantastically lucky to have had the opportunity to stay here for a couple of weeks with the family of my mom’s old university friend.
And of course people here have chickens casually living in their yards.
Theo the cat would like to know what he can do for you.
And now this, this is beauty.