Photographer's Note

Built during the 16th century, this house was the main part of an old mill on the Seine river, placed at the entrance of the stone bridge. It was in use during about 200 years, up to the building of a new bridge 100 meters ahead. The house is very representative of Normandy's architecture and has been recently restored. It's just there for the architecture, and is not in use. This shot has been taken from the actual bridge, few minutes before the sun started to disappear behind the hill. You can see three stone pillars of the old bridge.
I met two persons on the bridge, coming to take exactly the same shot at the same spot.

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Additional Photos by Jean Michel Peers (ornis) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 569 W: 268 N: 69] (1271)
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