A few photos from a recent trip to the Drôme region of southeastern France.
The view from the Abbaye de Valcroissant, a few kilometers outside the village of Die. Just turning my gaze upward towards the cliffs of the Glandasse made my palms start sweating. If you're a climber, you know exactly what I'm talking about.
In Die (approximately 5,000 inhabitants) there's a snack shop that caters to tourists from Holland. There must be something the Dutch find attractive here because no other restaurant or bar in the city was decorated the same.
The St. Marcel Gate, one of the original entrances to the city, built in the 3rd Century.
Looking out over the edge of Die to the Glandasse.