Photo courtesy of owner Lionel Pottier from Paris, France
You may remember that Lionel was acknowledged last October for another beautiful picture. Lionel has a trained eye which helps him record, capture and frame unique scenes of the Hamlet during his visits.
We are particularly fond of this shot as it has been taken from a very unusual perspective, "discovering" the trinciastocchi, that was found during the restoration, completely covered with rubble and debris in one of stables. Trinciastocchi are still used by some “farmers” to cut straw and hay to feed the animals during the winter. Here used as an intriguing Contemporary Land Art piece. Lionel elegantly constructed the picture, using a close-up of the trinciastocchi as the foreground but really enhances the multicoloured "infinity woods" that embrace and protect Borgo di Vagli.
Very subtle. Bravo.