Roger's cruise photos,
to Marseille, France on Sept 8, 2015 All photos were shot with a FujiFilm X-T1 using a FujiFilm 18 - 55 mm f2.8 lens.
I can not believe the bus made it up this narrow steep hill to the Notre Dame.
The view from the top was awesome.
Oil is being produced on these islands.
We arrived at the bottom of the basilica, walked up about a 1/3 of a mile and have just entered.
The artwork and sculptures were very beautiful.
Candles every where.
The French were awesome sculptors.
This scene really impressed me.
Gold leaf work all over the place.
The colors were so vivid.
Male angels perhaps?
Carrying a cadaver?
In WW2 general Patton left this tank after liberating France, so they would remember us.
Not much clearance for the big excursion buses.
They apparently have very little seismic activity in this area.
Down here near the fish market they were shooting a movie.
An old salty fish merchant making small talk with a customer.
I am not sure what these are. I was offered a taste, but abstained.
The red snapper taste better here than the ones in San Diego I was told.
Selling her last sea bass for today.
Taking a smoke break.
Repairing the fishing nets.
Mackerel or Sardines?
Fresh looking what ever they are.