Another chapel at Moustiers Sainte Marie 


This is the small chapel, reached after a steep rocky climb, hard to not spend time in thought up there.

This is an acrylic on canvas 16″ x24″



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3 Responses to Another chapel at Moustiers Sainte Marie 

  1. dphare2014 says:

    Hi Terry, The 2 tall, narrow trees in front are Italian Cypress trees – one of the mosts common tree in the warmer regions of Europe. I love them!

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  2. dphare2014 says:

    Hi Terry – I hope you receive this answer. It’s my 3rd try.
    Anyway, the tall narrow trees are Italian Cypress; one of the most common trees in the warmer regions of Europe. They love dry, rocky soil.

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