I have just started reading “All The Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr. It won the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for literature for 2015 and already I can see why.
As it is set partially in St Malo, my favorite place in the world, I am looking forward to revisiting the locations mentioned in my mind and also in my photographs.
Here is a gallery of shots of St Malo, that wonderful walled town on the Brittany Coast.
Practically rebuilt after its tragic decimation in WWII it is a testament to the determination and skill of the French who were able to reconstruct the damaged town to its former glory for the world to enjoy.
Who could one not feel bliss when greeted by this view over the ramparts! The vivid lichen which covers the tops of the walls in St Malo only serves to compliment blues of the sea and the texture of the rocks exposed at low tide.
THIS PANORAMA WAS TAKEN FROM THE TOP OF THE TOWN HALL IN ST MALO.