By Marie Sherlock
Time for another installment in my series of photo essays on the archways/passages/tunnels of small town France.
This time we’re visiting Sainte-Agnès, a small village in eastern Provence on the edge of the Italian border. Sainte-Agnès is, more or less, a sister city to Coaraze, with similar architecture and (like Coaraze) myriad vaults, tunnels and passageways. (I’ve written about the doors – and tunnels – of magical Coaraze already.)
I must return to Sainte-Agnès! I fear the lighting on some of these isn’t ideal. And they could use (attention local tourism bureau!) a few color spots. Then again, the following photos may be more authentic, reflecting real life in the Middle Ages…