The lovely folks at Via Lucis describe our adventures together in the Ardeche, which took place this past May. Dennis hasn’t forgotten that I owe him a guest post.
A year ago in June we saw a reblog of one of our posts by a new blogger named Nathan Mizrachi. It read: “Reblogged this on Life is a Camino and commented: I stumbled across this while ogling the beautiful photographs on this brilliant website, Via Lucis. The comparison between the athleticism of a footballer like Zidane and Romanesque/Gothic architecture is so true: power, grace, beauty. No coincidence I love them both.”
This started a series of blog conversations like we have had with so many of you in the past. These conversations have become one of the highlights of our blogging experience – and we have visited with several correspondents and have plans to visit more. Through these conversations we have had so many guest posts that enriched the site immeasurably. In the case of Nathan, we discovered that he was going to embark on the most monumental…
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4 thoughts on “A Traveling Companion in the Ardèche (Dennis Aubrey)”
Oh man you’re so lucky to have a chance to hang out with the Via Lucis folks! Their site is pure architecture porn–they’re such amazing photographers!
WOB, I was incredibly lucky to meet the geniuses behind Via Lucis–and not just because of the amazing churches we went to thanks to (mostly?) Dennis’ fastidious research. They have exceptional palates and we dined with gusto–I’m pretty sure I added almost 5 lbs in the short 5 days that I was with them.
They also have their darker side, but I’ve been sworn to secrecy about this and afraid I can’t divulge anymore…I may have said too much already.
I’ve seen their blog before, beautiful architecture photos. But it was the salad plates that captivated me.
Dennis and PJ are people of many talents, salad arrangements included.