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  • 04/26/12--17:57: Me at Fountaine-de-Vaucluse
  • This picture was taken in the south of France in a town called "Fountaine-de-Vaucluse" which was a stunningly beautiful little town. The fountain was dry because of the drought, but the river was running strong. From far away you couldn't tell that the green was created by plants, so it made the river look like a huge, sparkling emerald. It was amazing.

    This is one of the better pictures I have of myself from this trip.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--17:57: Me at Fountaine-de-Vaucluse
  • This picture was taken in the south of France in a town called "Fountaine-de-Vaucluse" which was a stunningly beautiful little town. The fountain was dry because of the drought, but the river was running strong. From far away you couldn't tell that the green was created by plants, so it made the river look like a huge, sparkling emerald. It was amazing.

    This is one of the better pictures I have of myself from this trip.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:01: Contemplation of Eternity
  • This is a Roman theater in Orange France that is still in use today. The place was amazing, and I really wish I could've seen a play there.

    This is one of those photos that I didn't even realize I had until I sorted through all my photos when I got home. But I'm so glad I got it, and it's probably one of my favorite photos of the whole trip. I'm not sure who the girl is, but I'm pretty sure she had to be in my tour group since we were nearly the only ones there when it first opened.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:01: Contemplation of Eternity
  • This is a Roman theater in Orange France that is still in use today. The place was amazing, and I really wish I could've seen a play there.

    This is one of those photos that I didn't even realize I had until I sorted through all my photos when I got home. But I'm so glad I got it, and it's probably one of my favorite photos of the whole trip. I'm not sure who the girl is, but I'm pretty sure she had to be in my tour group since we were nearly the only ones there when it first opened.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:03: Me in Cassis
  • This is a picture from/of this amazing little town in the south of France called "Cassis" where we went on a boat ride around the bay and into several old river deltas. The town was amazing (and had awesome ice-cream that I bought about three times in a two hour period :XD: ) and indescribably beautiful. I would move there in a heartbeat and never leave. The water was extremely clear, and it some spots there were these plants that produced so much oxygen it made the water have patches of Caribbean blue that let you see all the way to the bottom. And the old river deltas created these beautiful little secluded bays with awesome beeches and cliffs. And there's an old castle there as well which, I believe, is a hotel today. There's so much about this town that I loved, I highly recommend it to anyone who has the chance to go.

    This is a photo of me on our boat ride around the bay.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:03: Me in Cassis
  • This is a picture from/of this amazing little town in the south of France called "Cassis" where we went on a boat ride around the bay and into several old river deltas. The town was amazing (and had awesome ice-cream that I bought about three times in a two hour period :XD: ) and indescribably beautiful. I would move there in a heartbeat and never leave. The water was extremely clear, and it some spots there were these plants that produced so much oxygen it made the water have patches of Caribbean blue that let you see all the way to the bottom. And the old river deltas created these beautiful little secluded bays with awesome beeches and cliffs. And there's an old castle there as well which, I believe, is a hotel today. There's so much about this town that I loved, I highly recommend it to anyone who has the chance to go.

    This is a photo of me on our boat ride around the bay.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:05: Cassis
  • This is a picture from/of this amazing little town in the south of France called "Cassis" where we went on a boat ride around the bay and into several old river deltas. The town was amazing (and had awesome ice-cream that I bought about three times in a two hour period :XD: ) and indescribably beautiful. I would move there in a heartbeat and never leave. The water was extremely clear, and it some spots there were these plants that produced so much oxygen it made the water have patches of Caribbean blue that let you see all the way to the bottom. And the old river deltas created these beautiful little secluded bays with awesome beeches and cliffs. And there's an old castle there as well which, I believe, is a hotel today. There's so much about this town that I loved, I highly recommend it to anyone who has the chance to go.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:05: Cassis
  • This is a picture from/of this amazing little town in the south of France called "Cassis" where we went on a boat ride around the bay and into several old river deltas. The town was amazing (and had awesome ice-cream that I bought about three times in a two hour period :XD: ) and indescribably beautiful. I would move there in a heartbeat and never leave. The water was extremely clear, and it some spots there were these plants that produced so much oxygen it made the water have patches of Caribbean blue that let you see all the way to the bottom. And the old river deltas created these beautiful little secluded bays with awesome beeches and cliffs. And there's an old castle there as well which, I believe, is a hotel today. There's so much about this town that I loved, I highly recommend it to anyone who has the chance to go.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:07: Cassis Marina
  • This is a picture from/of this amazing little town in the south of France called "Cassis" where we went on a boat ride around the bay and into several old river deltas. The town was amazing (and had awesome ice-cream that I bought about three times in a two hour period :XD: ) and indescribably beautiful. I would move there in a heartbeat and never leave. The water was extremely clear, and it some spots there were these plants that produced so much oxygen it made the water have patches of Caribbean blue that let you see all the way to the bottom. And the old river deltas created these beautiful little secluded bays with awesome beeches and cliffs. And there's an old castle there as well which, I believe, is a hotel today. There's so much about this town that I loved, I highly recommend it to anyone who has the chance to go.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:07: Cassis Marina
  • This is a picture from/of this amazing little town in the south of France called "Cassis" where we went on a boat ride around the bay and into several old river deltas. The town was amazing (and had awesome ice-cream that I bought about three times in a two hour period :XD: ) and indescribably beautiful. I would move there in a heartbeat and never leave. The water was extremely clear, and it some spots there were these plants that produced so much oxygen it made the water have patches of Caribbean blue that let you see all the way to the bottom. And the old river deltas created these beautiful little secluded bays with awesome beeches and cliffs. And there's an old castle there as well which, I believe, is a hotel today. There's so much about this town that I loved, I highly recommend it to anyone who has the chance to go.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:11: Street Lights in Arles
  • Street lights in Arles France where Van Gogh lived and worked for a year of his life. He produced over 200 paintings there. The town was very important in the Roman empire, and thus it's architecture is heavily roman in style. It has a small coloseum that was built in 90A.D. and is still used today as one of only two places in France where bull fights still occur.

    I really liked these lights because of the red glass, which was only present in these ones.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:11: Street Lights in Arles
  • Street lights in Arles France where Van Gogh lived and worked for a year of his life. He produced over 200 paintings there. The town was very important in the Roman empire, and thus it's architecture is heavily roman in style. It has a small coloseum that was built in 90A.D. and is still used today as one of only two places in France where bull fights still occur.

    I really liked these lights because of the red glass, which was only present in these ones.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:14: Arles France
  • Street lights in Arles France where Van Gogh lived and worked for a year of his life. He produced over 200 paintings there. The town was very important in the Roman empire, and thus it's architecture is heavily roman in style. It has a small coloseum that was built in 90A.D. and is still used today as one of only two places in France where bull fights still occur.

    I loved the facade of this building, especially with the contrast created by the storefront beneath.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:14: Arles France
  • Street lights in Arles France where Van Gogh lived and worked for a year of his life. He produced over 200 paintings there. The town was very important in the Roman empire, and thus it's architecture is heavily roman in style. It has a small coloseum that was built in 90A.D. and is still used today as one of only two places in France where bull fights still occur.

    I loved the facade of this building, especially with the contrast created by the storefront beneath.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:16: 1000 year old tree
  • This is an olive tree in the south of France that is over 1000 years old! It's such a cool old tree. I could've sat and stared at it for hours.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:16: 1000 year old tree
  • This is an olive tree in the south of France that is over 1000 years old! It's such a cool old tree. I could've sat and stared at it for hours.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:20: Roman Aqueduct
  • This is an aqueduct built by the Roman's in the south of France. We were there at sunset, so the lighting was amazing. The structure was HUGE and according to our tour guide there is no bonding agent between the bricks, they're cut in such a way that they hold themselves together.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:20: Roman Aqueduct
  • This is an aqueduct built by the Roman's in the south of France. We were there at sunset, so the lighting was amazing. The structure was HUGE and according to our tour guide there is no bonding agent between the bricks, they're cut in such a way that they hold themselves together.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:24: Roman Aqueduct in France
  • This is an aqueduct built by the Roman's in the south of France. We were there at sunset, so the lighting was amazing. The structure was HUGE and according to our tour guide there is no bonding agent between the bricks, they're cut in such a way that they hold themselves together.

    Just to give you an idea of scale, each of those bricks making up the columns is about a foot tall.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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  • 04/26/12--18:24: Roman Aqueduct in France
  • This is an aqueduct built by the Roman's in the south of France. We were there at sunset, so the lighting was amazing. The structure was HUGE and according to our tour guide there is no bonding agent between the bricks, they're cut in such a way that they hold themselves together.

    Just to give you an idea of scale, each of those bricks making up the columns is about a foot tall.

    You can view the rest of my photos from France and Spain in my gallery and here: [link]

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