Just Above Sunset
September 18, 2005 - More of Unseen Normandy

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Our Eye on Paris is Don Smith, a professional photographer who leads photo workshops in Paris and who is the editor of the weekly photo magazine Left Bank Lens.

Photos and text, Copyright 2005 – Don Smith, All Rights Reserved

Unseen Normandy - September 2005

The strawberry vender at the Sunday market - I love his old, tin cash box.

Unseen Normandy - September 2005

Timbered homes are found everywhere and easy to find. I even had the chance to eat in a restaurant built in 1520.

Unseen Normandy - September 2005

On the coast not too far from the beach, a German diamond dealer hade this home built for himself.

Unseen Normandy - September 2005

In another town and another market, one of three ladies who were making and selling their lace.

Unseen Normandy - September 2005

A nice, normal house in a little village next to the Seine –

Unseen Normandy - September 2005

Apple cider is made throughout the region. Stacks of bottles wait to be cleaned and refilled at the farm.


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