Browsing Posts by Category: Aug 2014

Photo of the Day – the well tower at Minerve

the old water tower

The ancient cité of Minerve is built on a natural lump of rock that lies in the V of the convergence of two rivers. Over the millennia the rivers have cut deep gorges into the limestone leaving a column of rock on which the town was built. A narrow causeway was the only way into […]

Photo of the Day – I’m the King of the Castle

We’re visiting the small village of Cabrerolles situated on the edge of the escarpment that makes the Massif Central. The village has commanding views across the plains towards the Mediterranean sea in the distance. In previous posts we have climbed up the cobbled streets through the village and on up towards the chateau or castle. […]

Photo of the Day – The inner gate at Cabrerolles

The Inner Gate at Cabrerolles

We’re visiting the small village of Cabrerolles situated on the edge of the escarpment that makes the Massif Central. The village has commanding views across the plains towards the Mediterranean sea in the distance. If you like my Photography You can buy my prints in my galleries or on 500px

Photo of the Day – revisiting Cabrerolles

A couple of weeks ago, I posted a couple of photos from a small village called Cabrerolles in the Languedoc region of Southern France. I didn’t finish the series, so here is a recap of where we got to and then tomorrow we’ll continue the tour…. Like many or even most other villages in this […]