We’re off! (Dennis Aubrey)


Today PJ and I leave for France and another adventure shooting our beloved Romanesque churches.  Brittany and Normandy are first – we should have something to post in a few days. About three weeks ago we posted on the itinerary of this trip, so if you are interested you can follow our progress.

PJ on the roof of Chartres (Photo by Dennis Aubrey)

I have to admit that we will miss the exchanges with all of you who comment and follow the Via Lucis blog. I hope we pick up in October when we are back. We both wish you “À bientôt!” and “Bon courage!” Next stop – the Carolingian abbey church of Saint-Philbert-de-Grand-Lieu.

19 thoughts on “We’re off! (Dennis Aubrey)

      1. If you can rent or borrow a tilt-shift lens, it makes all the difference in the world to the photography of these great structures. It corrects for the perspective distortion and allows clean, elegant compositions. Make sure to let us know when you post the pictures, would love to see them because we haven’t shot at Leon yet!

  1. Bon Voyage!!!Have a great trip. I have fond memories of Bretagne and northern Normandy. K.

    >________________________________ > From: Via Lucis Photography >To: alonze1952@yahoo.com >Sent: Friday, August 31, 2012 3:00 AM >Subject: [New post] We’re off! (Dennis Aubrey) > > > WordPress.com >Dennis Aubrey posted: “Today PJ and I leave for France and another adventure shooting our beloved Romanesque churches.  Brittany and Normandy are first – we should have something to post in a few days. About three weeks ago we posted on the itinerary of this trip, so if y” >

  2. have a wonderful time PJ and Denis, I know you will. Looking forward to seeing some of the glorious buildings, and fabulous places you will visit, and learning through your eyes. Look after each other though, that picture of PJ on the roof of Chartres looks a little risky ! Bon chance, et bon voyage !

  3. Safe journey, and I hope we meet somewhere in Manche in the next week or two!
    For some peculiar reason the email notification of your post appeared in Arabic script.

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