Saturday, October 15, 2016

Ardeche Gorges

For aeons, the Ardeche has wound its way through the limestone of this uplifted area, creating chasms, bridges, twists and turns, and caves. In the 21st century, it is a French playground, everyone sunbathing, wading, swimming, kayaking, and gawking at the views. We were among the last group, gawking and driving now south and west away and toward Spain, but much enjoying our last sights in France for this visit.
The Pont D'Arc

Closer up

Extremely closer up
From other side

Looking into the gorge

All of it well-signed and displayed

Us, there

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