Sunday, 18 November 2012
Fairy chimneys, organ pipes or badlands, you can take your pick of the ways to describe these rock formations which have been formed by erosion. They lie near a small town called Ille sur Tet, between the mountains and the sea in the south of France, not far from Andorra and the border with Spain. The mountain, Le Canigou, used to be thought to be the highest peak in the Pyrénées but it turns out to be only about 38th. It may not be so high but it is a protected area, for its beauty and its wildlife. And the lands don't look too bad to me.
This is a post for Sunday Stamps, now hosted by Violet Sky at "See it on a Postcard!"