The Saint-Mesmin's castle is not located in the village of Saint-Mesmin, but three kilometers away, near the village of Saint-André-sur-Sèvre.
It has been built in the 14th century along the Sevreau, a little river. The main tower is 28 meters tall.
The picture has been taken at the end of the afternoon. To take a photo of the other part (the main entrance), you have to be there in the morning.
I had to stitch 6 pictures to create this one.
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dta (78012) 2011-06-08 10:10
Salut Stephane ,
l'effet du filtre est excellent . L'imposante forteresse se détache magnifiquement dans le ciel d'un bleu profond .
giorgimer (34941) 2011-06-08 14:13
This is a very interesting architecture, beautiful image, excellent quality
Waylim (25502) 2011-06-08 23:39
This is a very nice shot, like a post card, if anyone is still using postcard this days :) Good POV with a straight forward view. Beautiful clear day, and you got a super rich shaphire blue sky. Really enhance the earth tone of the castle. Good details and the texture of the stone wall really show. Excellent shot. thanks.
BennyV (17064) 2011-06-09 5:29
Good sharpness and textures on the old walls, Stephane. The architecture seems very bizarre: looking at the castle from this pov you really see how it was built and rebuilt and destroyed and rebuilt etc etc...
- Copyright: Stephane Bon (HimalAnda) (10667)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-05-25
- Categories: Castles, Ruins
- Camera: Canon EOS 400D Rebel XTi, Sigma 18-200 F3.5-6.3 DC, Hoya 62mm Pro1 circular-pl
- Exposure: f/10.0, 1/80 seconds
- Map: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2011-06-08 10:08