Tuesday, 13 December 2011

At the dawn of castle, forest

An summer Solstice;
~An ephemeral glow, a glow romanticized nonchalantly enters the axis of a castle is located atop a hill ...
Its axis, its color is slowly dying just the charm of a forest ...

Vigor orange lights the lair of the castle, which is nestled in his heart, in calm and in its glory, lets out an orange tint-romantic, which in one second is just sublime delicacy conquered for ages now and already ...

~ The solstice is an astronomical event that occurs when the apparent position of the Sun seen from Earth reaches its extreme northern or southern.

The days surrounding the summer solstice is the longest of the year, while those near the winter solstice is the shortest of the year. The dates of the solstices of summer and winter are reversed for the northern and southern hemispheres, and of course the season. A year has two solstices: the first 20 to 21, or June 22, the second about 20, 21 or 22 December. By extension, the solstices denote the day of the year in which they occur. The date of the solstice is the beginning of summer or winter astronomical.

(Source wikipédia).

The solstice

Celebrating the summer solstice at the castle of Thoiry


To go to the Castles, the events, the shows, the tourism, the dungeons, the remains,....

Chapter I, the world of Castle

Itineraries and transport

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