Over the past three years, I’ve visited Sens about eight times. Most of my trips were in winter, which meant it was dark when I left the office in the evening. Other towns have had a better share of my photography time, and I want to change this over my next few visits.
Our company is one of the major employers in this beautiful town. I’m surprised to learn that the population barely touches the 25,000 mark. There are many shops, some restaurants and three major supermarkets; much more than one would expect in a small town. Sens boasts an impressive cathedral and its streets follow the original Roman plan with many narrow lanes feeding the sentre. Beautiful little houses line the roads on both sides, and the town is surrounded by a wonderful and simple promenade.
I’m in London today and will start my meetings tomorrow. Having done the north of Scotland on my last visit, I’m heading east tomorrow morning to the Isle of Grain; and to Milford Haven in the west from Tuesday. My camera is already in the bag.