* Harzé landscape*
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A 4 km south of Aywaille Harzé (old town) group houses on the slopes of the valley where the creek meanders called Wayai.
The seventeenth-century castle surrounded by its park, borders the regional road and Liege-Bastogne is announced by two turrets. (The Federation of Tourism for the Province of Liege is the owner since 1973 and has been deemed a conference center.)
It also houses the Museum of Water Mill and Flour and hosts events such as the National Day of Cheese. One can admire his porch, his bretčche and balcony and the powerful square tower.
In the courtyard, the facade is one of the best examples of Renaissance style with round arches on Tuscan columns with triple mullioned windows.
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- [2010-03-24 13:26]
Wonderful capture of this lovely and beautiful castle!
Great details and colors.
Bonjour John another very nice image nice pov and good details
tfs regards bryan
Ciao John, great view of lovely castle, splendid composition with beautiful soft colors, very well done, ciao Silvio
Very good POV and nice landscape. Great DOF too.
Very good POV to capture this beautiful old castle and the surrounding area.
Excellent sharpness, light and colors.
Beautiful landscape with very good POV. Excellent sharpness and details.
P.S. I have posted in your W/S this picture by my POV.
I hope you like. :-)