The ruins of the 11th-century castle of Crozant, Limousin, France. The castle stands on a rocky spur overlooking the confluence of the Creuse and the Sédelle rivers. It defensive location on a long narrow outcrop has earned it the nickname "key to the Limousin". This is our ‘local’ castle as it is less than three miles from our photography workshop base in Les Marronniers. I have been studying the maps and hiking the trails to find this new overlook facing directly into the sunrise. Full technical details of the image can be found here: Elm Studio POTW

If you would like to attend our workshop in France and shoot this castle then full information is available here: Photographic Workshop in France

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