Saturday Snapshots #214

Auvillar rose window © J Horak-Druiff 2012

Rose window in the Eglise St Pierre, Auvillar, France – September 2012


Auvillar is a Mediaeval village on the banks of the Garonne and has been named one of the most beautiful vilages in France.  It is a stop for pilgrims walking the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimmage route and home to the 11th Century Eglise Saint-Pierre.  This is just one of the impressive church’s many spectacular stained glass windows.


Saturday Snapshots is a series of non-food photographs published every Saturday on CookSister.  Previously featured photographs can be viewed on the Saturday Snapshots archive page. Many photos featured in Saturday Snapshots are available to buy as high-quality greeting cards or prints in my RedBubble store, or even as high-quality A3-size calendarsIf you want a custom calendar with your own selection of photos, starting with any month (not only January), please e-mail me and we can discuss your requirements.  Calendars for 2012 include FLOWERS and RAW – they make great gifts, for friends, family or for yourself.


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  1. says

    Used to love exploring old churches in my long ago European travels. Always so many unexpected pieces of intricate stone-carving, paintings or windows like this.