Ten days in Burgundy and a short stopover on the way back through the Ardennes – photographically for the first time with the Leica M11. Lenses: Voigtländer VM 15 mm F4.5 Super Wide Heliar, Voigtländer 21 mm / F 1.8 ULTRON VM Ashperical, ZEISS Biogon T* 2.8/28 ZM, ZEISS Distagon T* 1,4/35 ZM, Voigtländer VM 50mm Nokton F/1.5, Leica Summarit 50mm 2.4, Leica Elmarit 90mm F/2.8.
On the way to our first quarters we stopped for lunch at Auxerre and returned a few days later for a longer visit of the capital of the Yonne department.
The “Wine Capital” of Burgundy in the Côte d’Or department with its famous 15th-century Hospices – a former hospital for the poor.
On the way back we took a break for a few days at Charleville-Mézière, birthplace of the omnipresent poet Arthur Rimbaud and the “World Capital of Puppetry Arts”.