I have the priviledge of living in the Loire valley. This valley is famous for its castles built during the French Renaissance for the French kings to live in. The density of beautiful buildings in this area is so big that it is declared as part of the UNESCO Human Heritage. Best part is I only visited some of it, so there's lots of castles left to visit.
The photos in this post are from the Château de Sully-sur-Loire, a fortified castle which served as residence for the dukes of Sully. It sheltered Voltaire during some time. And each year there's a music festival here in June.
Unfortunately the castle was closed that day, but we got to enjoy the wonderful surroundings.
Shots were all taken on the Hasselblad 501CM on Kodak Portra 400 developed and scanned by Carmencita Film Lab in Valencia.