The smallest holes have the most nooks and crannies. Limeuil in the French Dordogne is a small hole, a hamlet of say 330 inhabitants. You'll be through it in no time. But if you deviate a bit and wander around you'll come across unexpected sites. All of a sudden I came through a shed that ended up on a path, which had another branch downstairs. Yeah, Limeuil has a downstairs too. The path is wide enough for a car, but again I saw no traces of it. I thought this was picturesque.
Limeuil belongs to Les Plus Beaux Villages de France ("the most beautiful villages of France").
This artworks is offered by Jan van der Knaap
Hi there! Nice seeing you here! I'm Jan vd Knaap, a photographer in Utrecht. I normally deal with portrait photography, for humans and animals, and I give workshops to get the most out of the camera. But in the meantime, I fill my account here with photos that I like. That can actually be anything, ranging from seasonal photos to macro photography, or abstract to landscapes and locations. The Netherlands is a beautiful country and beautiful photos can be found everywhere. Whether in my hometown of Utrecht, Amsterdam, Purmerend, Hoorn or Leiden, I always have my camera with me and I always come home with new work. So in practice I work throughout the Netherlands. Take a look in my portfolio for beautiful work on your wall, and also visit my website at https://www.candela-fotografie.nl! With kind regards, Jan vd Knaap, Utrecht