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Viviers a small, quaint walled town, sits between the hills behind it and the right bank
of the Rhône in the Département of Ardèche, in France.

On an overcast day, we walked up through winding alleys including this one, to the tiny
Cathédrale Saint-Vincent de Viviers, constructed in the 11th and 12th centuries.


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  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyerover 2 years ago

  • Gary Kelly
    Gary Kellyover 2 years ago

    Now there’s an invitation too tempting to resist. What’s around the corner? I have a thing about winding paths and roads, and tunnels. Top shot, Trish.

  • Well Gary, I did walk back down the path we came up as the group was going down a heap of stairs and my knee didn’t want to do that. Only the path wasn’t quite the same as the one we came up … and I became well and truly lost ! Managed to communicate with some locals once they realised that my “Roan” was in fact the “RRRhhôône” and was able to follow directions such as “deuxième à droite” and make it back to the ship with minutes to spare before the gangplank was pulled !
    Thank you for commenting !

    – Trish Meyer

  • Eve Parry
    Eve Parryover 2 years ago

    Yes I too wouldn’t be able to resist walking further in to see what was around the corner. And I’m sure that you would have done just that Trish.

  • Eve, thank you for your comments !
    I did indeed do just that … see my response to Gary !

    – Trish Meyer

  • BlueMoonRose
    BlueMoonRoseover 2 years ago

    Great composition! I can almost hear the echo of my footsteps on the cobblestones!

  • Thanks so much Kathryn !

    – Trish Meyer

  • barnsis
    barnsisover 2 years ago

    Excellent POV Trish, great old stone work.

  • Byron, thank you so much for your excellent wrap and fave of this capture !

    – Trish Meyer

  • AndreaEL
    AndreaELover 2 years ago

  • Thank you for accepting this image Andrea !

    – Trish Meyer

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 2 years ago

    How lovely, this is most inviting

  • Thanks so much ! Very inviting, but fraught with the danger of becoming lost, as I did with no map, as none were provided ! All’s well that ends well though :)

    – Trish Meyer

  • Lance Leopold
    Lance Leopoldover 2 years ago

    Not a place to loiter on a dark night i reckon,Trish,amazing history,fascinating,nice pic!!!

  • Lance, thank you very much for your great comments and fave !

    – Trish Meyer

  • Elfriede Fulda
    Elfriede Fuldaover 2 years ago

    Excellent pov and capture Trish, makes one wonder what is around the bend :-)))

  • Thank you very much Elfie for your excellent wrap and fave of this image !

    – Trish Meyer

  • nadine henley
    nadine henleyover 2 years ago

    totally intriguing and so OLD – easy to forget in Australia just how old an alley can be in Europe.

  • Nadine, thanks so much for your great comments and fave ! Our recent trip rekindled my love of ancient times, lying dormant since schooldays :)

    – Trish Meyer

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