The point of entry into the ancient city or Carcassonne in Languedoc, France. Tall and majestic towers look down on the individual. In the olden days the would be very intimidating to the visitor. Today they welcome the visitor. A beautiful place.
Just bought myself a 28"x11" panorama of this photograph that I took earlier this year. Now mounted and framed it looks great on the wall. With Christmas coming why not indulge yourself with this or one of many other photographs of Kenya. It doesn't just have to be a photograph there are a number of ways of looking at the images including fridge magnets, jigsaws and wall mounts to name a few. All profits are destined to return to the country and in particular the school where I worked whilst out in Kenya.
Taken for Island Harbour on a cloudy summer evening the photograph shows how busy the river is as it stretches out from Newport to Cowes.
This new image in my Panoramas of the Isle of Wight was taken from the road above Shanklin looking down into the bay and across to Whitecliffe Headland and Bay. The soft autumn light produces a restful scene.
This image taken while driving up the N2 Highway shows the Ewaso Ngiro river. The trees put a context to the landscape in this part of Kenya.
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