Photographer's Note

This wall is part of the big wall around the city of Aigues-Mortes.

WEB infos: "The origin of Aigues-Mortes goes back a long way. Men used to collect salt, to tame the whims of a wild nature, and a malarial climate long before King Louis IX came in the XIIIth century to glorify the history of these sites. Henceforth Aigues-Mortes, a withdrawn medieval witness, evolves and surprises, crossing inexorably wars, conflicts, times of peace, centuries of glory and misery. Its towers and ramparts are marked by time, haunted by the mystery of their resistance"

I posted this picture (Cropped & made B&W) to make a twin shot to Yitzhak's picture: The Wall

PS: I've send the original of this wall of Aigues-Mortes in a WS. Somebody who can offer a better WS please?

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