Saturday, April 10, 2010

Many rivers to cross ...

Le Pont Julien is an old Roman bridge, fashioned from huge limestone blocks, built on the foundations of a 3rd century BC structure. The Roman army used the path on their travels from Turin to Narbonne on the Via Domitia.

(Mistress Margot and Mssr Acorn share a moment)

Amazingly, this bridge was in use until about five years ago. Imagine the rumblings of the stones as eighteen wheelers kissed their worn surfaces...

1 comment:

  1. Did you make a wish from the top of that bridge? Maybe you thought of a new house in a new land, with gardens that stretched to the horizons.