Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist. The locals were wrong – summer had not arrived in Southern Brittany or at least not on the permanent basis they suggested. A day in Josselin was spent dodging monsoon-like showers beneath a Primark umbrella designed to collapse after just one.
In an earlier post (Perfect Day) I observed that it is good to remember old friends (it was Jim Clark – my first and last real hero). To be carved in marble must be one of the ultimate accolades and a first class ticket to eternal remembrance – this is Marguerite de Rohan lying next to her other half, Olivier de Clisson, in Basilique Notre Dame du Roncier, Josselin.
But there is a twist – imagine spending eternity with this little chap nibbling at your feet: