The Provençal town of Vaison-la-Romaine is situated around the base of a massive stone hill. Vaison is, in a sense, three towns. At the base of the hill is the modern town, which is superimposed over the Roman town. But, up on the stone hill, skirting the chateau (more of a fort) that surmounts it, the the medieval village, made of stone, and called, appropriately the haute ville.
During the overcast days of autumn I made these stoney pictures.