It's Boot Sale season, so yesterday we went to one in a village not far from our baker; killing two birds with one stone.
The village is called Goujounac (46), and possesses yet another beautiful medieval church; one where I had yet to visit the interior.
The front doorstep appears to be a re-cycled sarcophagus cover; I can't imagine it was intended to be used as a stepping stone.
This ancient cupboard door, by the altar, probably hides all the priest's magic potions; I didn't like to look inside. I think it says a lot about the church's interior; it looks as if it ought to be outside..
There are interesting things everywhere, amongst which was this floor flagstone half way up the aisle. Too little left of the inscription to know what it originally said.
Outdoors again, and another piece of medieval carving; beautiful.
The Boot Sale was rubbish. Luckily the church wasn't. The amazing thing is that almost every village has a fantastic medieval church.... sometime I'll show you some of the others.