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Château de Roquefixade by Peter Reid
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The Château de Roquefixade is a ruined castle built on a cliff overlooking the village of Roquefixade, situated 8km (5 miles) west of Lavelanet in the French département of the Ariège.

There are records of a castle on this site going back to AD1180, though the present ruins are more modern. While marketed in the tourist industry as one of the so-called Cathar castles, these ruins are later than this. Despite this, the site did provide a place of refuge for the Cathars at the time of the Albigensian Crusade. ref: wikipedia

Copyright © Peter Reid 2013 All Rights Reserved
Date : 9th November 2012

Technical

Camera : Nikon D700
Lens : nikkor 28-80mm
Exposure : 1/400Sec
Aperture : f11
Program : Manual
ISO : 640
Light : mid-afternoon sun
Flash : Not fired
FocalLength : 28.00(mm)

Peter Reid retired from teaching in 2002 and returned to university, achieving MA photography. Since then he has traveled throughout Europe researching on two fronts; The photographer’s Human Rights and Gothic Architecture. He holds Associate membership of the Royal Photographic Society and is a past member of The Royal Musical Society. In 2012 he was successful at ABRSM grade 3 Piano, and now grade 4 beckons.

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