The cathedral was on the main street of Village-Neuf. We were blessed to be there right on the hour, so we were able to hear the bells chime. Phoenix recorded them on her camera.
This is another view of the Village-Neuf main street.
This is a castle-like edifice just outside of Hombourg, France.
We came across this field, prepared for planting, and we thought the dirt mounds looked cool. They’re big, about 18 inches square, about 5 feet apart.
Phoenix joined me in my photo endeavours, and made her own photos in the fields as we went. She looks so grown up in this one.
It’s not an amazing shot, but I thought I’d share this image of the French-German border. On the left is France, on the right is Germany. Between them, the Rhine.
We traveled many tree-lined, two-lane roads like this one as we explored the Alsace region of France yesterday. We also observed that it would be quite unlikely in the US that any trees would be allowed to remain this close to the roadside.