wetlands, Bike Trail, Dunnellon FL, Bike Bridge, 2017
Dunnnellon Trailhead off Rte 39 and Rte 41 intersection.
Dunnellon FL, Bike Bridge, 2017
Withlacoochee river, Dunnellon FL, Bike Bridge, 2017
The goal of the Camargue matador, or razeteur, is to pluck a ribbon from between the bull's horns. The bulls aren't killed or injured.
Here he describes the ribbons and cockade which the razeteurs must remove, one at a time.
The owner has a collection of saddles, old and new, from all over the world. All are in mint condition
The keepers of this land and the Camargue traditions its 'gardians', akin to our cowboys. They live here with their families, often several generations together, carving out lifestyles in sync with the land.
The Camargue horses, which are the last ridden work horse bred in France. They help us manage the herds. But for the horses it's not work, it's like a game. It's instinct. They're like sheep dogs.
Tower of Philippe de Valois, Vienne By the Banks of the Rhone built in 293 AD, a sort of guardian outpost which controlled the entrance and exit to and from the neighbouring Lyonnais, Vienne.
Medieval Vienne looking toward Chapelle Notre Dame de la Salette, The Chapel of the Virgin Mary.
Chapelle Notre Dame de la Salette. The Chapel of the Virgin Mary and a statue, built in the 19th century.
The hill in the centre of Vienne, the Mont Pipet, once formed part of the roman town then later became a further part of the town defences. The Chapel of the Virgin Mary and a statue, built in the 19th century, now stands on the hill.
The Temple of Augustus and Livia is a very well preserved Roman temple in Vienne.
well preserved ancient staircase built outside of buildings before somebody got the idea to put a staircase inside.
Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourviere - a World Hertige site
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