Left to my own devices on my second day in Albi, my adopted hometown in southern France, I took to its rosy streets, down rue Timbal to rue Mariés. At its base, in Albi's old town, sits Cathédrale Sainte-Cécile d'Albi, the huge (really huge) brick cathedral, which was recently designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It stands tall over the city, but narrow streets make it tough to see until you're right in front of it.
This is the 13th of a 51 series of posts on my reblog or linkback project. I am featuring la nomade moderne today because Sarah's latest post on Cathedrale Sainte-Cecile d'Albi is absolutely beautiful and because next week is Bastille Day, I hope she will post something...haha. just kidding. No pressure. :)