Following the Labour Day long weekend here in WA, I thought I’d put up a couple of the photos that I took down near Walpole. My mother-in-law owns a property in the bush thereabouts, and my wife and I went to stay in the two-and-a-half-walled shack on the property.
Just to the side of Beynac Castle, on the top of a (very steep!) hill, there is a chapel. In this chapel’s wall, there is a door, with a keyhole. Through this keyhole is a beautiful stained-glass window through which sunlight streams.
So here is a background image that shows this set of views. I’m probably going to print the actual photos and arrange them somewhat similarly on my wall. In the interim, I can at least see them on my computer monitors. The first of the two images is 1680×1050 (16:10 ratio), and the second is 1680×1260 (4:3 ratio).
Well, my wife and I are just over half way through our “grand tour” of Europe and Great Britain. Not much time to actually elaborate on what we’ve been up to, but here are some photographs from France. All that I’ve done is scale them down for now; later on, I might upload ‘tweaked’ versions.