Yesterday I posted some photos of the church in Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher, where we live. It was built in the 11th and 12th centuries over and even older church that the Michelin green guide calls une église des grottes, which now serves as the crypt of the "newer" church. Here's a two-minute slideshow made up of a dozen photos of the wall paintings in that crypt.
I've posted at least some of these photos before, but I have re-processed them for this slideshow using Photoshop. It's pretty dark down in the crypt, so I'm sure I used the camera's flash to take them. There are half a dozen still photos of some the paintings in this post from 2013.