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(March 16-25, 2012)

Jesse Lee 李景超(鱼眼龙)

The Olympic Road

Jean Guy Lathuilière

Magic Place : Path under old high Boxwood Trees

Pays d'Urfé, Loire district / Rhône-Alpes, France

March 22, 2012, 4:20 pm

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© 2012 Jean Guy Lathuilière, All Rights Reserved.

Green for ever and at any season, emerald color is the path’s dominant hue; it runs down and away for a distance of about 400 meters and smells wonderful, the flavors of boxwood ( buxus sempervirens ): it really looks like a summer atmosphere.

Older than a century, it’s still providing shade for walkers in summertime and beautiful shows during the winter days. It’s a miracle that the path is still here today, untouched since many years although some farmers were sometimes livened up with intentions of destroying it.

I first discovered the place about twelve years ago, when I had to produce some pictures taken in the Pays d’Urfé’s area.

I didn’t find it by myself: Mister Demure, a very passionate man and the Mayor of Juré, a small village with 250 inhabitants located along the Aix river, showed me the green way as soon as I first came into his village. The path was not easy to find again, so I had to get Mister Demure's help once more to come back and shoot the panorama.

Europe / France

Lat: 45° 54' 1" N
Long: 3° 53' 1" E

Elevation: 638m

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Nikon D700 + Nikkor 10.5mm f/2.8

Panosaurus panoramic head + Manfrotto Tripod

Stitcher Unlimited 5.6

Photoshop CS5

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