12 May 2016
Last week I had the opportunity of a lifetime: travel to Toulouse to participate in the delivery flight for ZK-OXL, Air New Zealand’s 29th A320. (Story of that to come.)
Whilst it was a whirlwind adventure (literally around the world in seven days) we were on the ground in Toulouse, France, for two days. Day one was a public holiday, so we ventured out to Carcassonne. Day two yielded a spare hour, so I shot off with the camera to the church of St Sernin.
Not the highest quality photography ever, but a record of a beautiful place, nonetheless. I’ll have to go back!
A selection of images from Carcassonne.
Churches: in Carcassonne and St Sernin in Toulouse. All a bit grainy as a result of having to use ISO 4000 in the low light (and no tripod, of course)!
And finally from Toulouse itself. We stayed in the Crowne Plaza, so just footsteps away from everything.