Chateau Gaillard, in the province of Normandy, is a dream for landscape shots.
As I almost always take close-ups, I have to rely on Al to take the ‘establishing’ shot, which he has done rather nicely here.
The ruins, set high up on a hill, have a spectacular view of the town below.
However, I couldn’t help but take several panorama shots of the surrounding landscape, and all of them are establishing shots, like this one of Al taking a view of the town below…
This one is of the ruin itself.
And this one, of some picnickers enjoying the view, looks like something out of an Impressionist painting.
More about the Ruins of Chateau Gaillard.
More about the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Landscape.