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Christmas in Technicolor

Christmas in Uzes, France is candy-coated with sugarplums and bright colored packages. What better way to capture it than in technicolor?!

The Cathédrale Saint-Théodorit d’Uzès was the inspiration for these photos in technicolor of Christmas in Uzes, France. The day I visited the Cathedral, the sun was shining brightly through the stained glass windows, projecting colorful images against the stone walls. The reflections seemed a reminder that beauty exists everywhere around us. We just need to stop long enough to see it.

Stay tuned for more holiday stories and sights… meanwhile, enjoy!

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