A fortress, bridge and water-wheel - what a lovely village
By Judy Evans
August 28, 2017 2:05pm CST
I recently did a post about some brightly coloured canoes. They were on D’Anglés sur d’Albin which was a very picturesque and ancient French village. The fortress dates from the 12th to the 15th centuries and is an imposing edifice on top of a cliff-face. The arched bridge leading into the town is very attractive too and behind the bridge is an old water-wheel. It is just visible under the second arch from the right. It was a special day for the town and there were a lot of visitors and cars making it slow to negotiate through the narrow streets.
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• Winston Salem, North Carolina
@JudyEv North Carolina has geography that changes significantly as well. The Appalachian mountains to the west, the coastal plains and islands on the east. We live in the rolling hills slightly west of center. You should come visit some time!
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
I would love to see this one day. It is a breathtaking picture. Is it better looking actually seeing it in real time as opposed to a picture? Maybe you should sell your ranch and travel the next 50 years so we can see all these interesting things you see via super posts from this trip!
• Bunbury, Australia
They're amazing aren't they? I could go through them forever. Of course, there are always some doors locked and I'd love to know what's behind them. The few where I've been able to peep through the keyhole are usually full of cleaning stuff and ladders, wheelbarrows, etc.