|Horse, bison + mammoth executed in charcoal.|
Dated 16,000 years ago
|Negative hands made with red ochre.|
|Soaking up the sun after hours in the caves.|
|Notice the angled addition on the roof? It is a pigeonnier.|
People used to keep pigeons in these towers for a food source.
The basements of some homes had livestock, so you had dinner
either in the basement or on the roof.
|The old entrance gateway to the village is on the left of the picture.|
|Medieval style picnic table top!|
|So beautiful. The whole village is like a museum.|
|Looking over the fertile valley and Sagne River with the cathedral |
hanging on the edge of the cliff. Absolutely stunning scenery.
|My fellow Artist in Residence friend Sue Walsh from Beacon, New York.|
Andre Breton, the founder of Surrealism, used to live here and that
is his house is in the background. The big rectangular tower on it's roof is
|Courtyard of Breton's house. He apparently spent summers in |
|Thank you Andre!|