Sunday, May 19, 2013

the subterranean side street

This location is difficult to explain.  It appears to be something like a sink hole.  The building with the door is actually underground and I'm shooting looking down from the street at the top of the drive.  I am guessing this is another example of where the local stone (tuffeau) has been quarried and then re-used by later residents for either storage or for homes (more on this in later post).  Anyway, what caught my eye was not only the abundance of wildflowers tumbling down from two directions but also the nice bend in the drive.

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