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Author 'Perronnet Catherine' (Id 237602 ) : When hiking in the Hérault, we have fallen, in the midst of nature, on this old house quite opulent, but completely covered in vine-virgin. Only two openings were still visible. Incidentally, the photo shows the boxwood entirely dried up : there were hundreds of similar : some have suffered from drought this summer, others have been attacked by the borer. Landscape pretty desolate so.

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Aperture: f/3.7 | Exposure time: 1/500 s | ISO: 100 | Focal: 9.8 mm (eq. 55 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
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> Mady [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 18, 2017
It is a strange occurrence in this desert landscape, where only the vine-virgin yet green seems to be in life. Thank you Cathy for this picture
The heirs had found the place too ISOlated, unless there is no
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 19, 2017
The vine-virgin is seemingly the same as the camels : this year has been so dry in this region that the boxwood is dry, but she does not. It poses lots of questions in front of the houses thus abandoned. Thank you for your passage.
> Almarie [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 13, 2017
The vegetation has effectively taken over these rights on this house. Personally, loving the nature, I would not let my habitat invaded in such a way. But definitely abandoned this house. In any case, curiosity
You did well to photograph.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 13, 2017
Yes, and it is always a little sad to an abandoned house. The vine-virgo brings them to life in some way. Thank you for your visit.
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 09, 2017
It is seen that it is very dry, even the coniféres forward. Really particular with this house plant. It should not be inhabited ? Or I'm wrong. Nice photo. Thank you for sharing.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 09, 2017
You're right : this year when we did this hike, it had not rained for months in this region and the boxwood that are in the foreground are fully dried up. The house was completely abandoned, and the vine-virgin had completely invaded the façade with the exception of the two windows that we see. It was a strange feeling.
> Labrume [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 07, 2017
It is a curiosity of this house all covered in vegetation. Here we can say that nature is reclaiming the top of the civilization.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 08, 2017
This appearance imposing, has produced upon me a disagreeable impression. I am often asked why people had come to build such a large building in a place as poorly accessible and also ISOlated and why it was now abandoned. Thanks for your comments France : it is very nice to see you again.
> Jofu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 06, 2017
I repeat, with you this are always small curiosities to be discovered . Without the openings, one could ignore the house and believing in a landscape of scrub a little more lush than usual. Do you know if under the vine-virgin, it was a ruin, or if the house was simply abandoned ? Thank You Cathy.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 07, 2017
This discovery in nature was quite disturbing. We have not been able to approach us : the vegetation was too thick and I did not like it very much ! I think that the building was not yet in ruins because the walls were standing and the roof, although damaged, was still. But what a great idea to be come to dwell in this place remote and desert !!! Thank you for your comment Joel.
> Ninik [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 06, 2017
It is good to respect nature, but there are still limits. Well seen.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 07, 2017
Here it is the nature that has reclaimed its rights after the abandonment of the house by its owners, in fact. I guess the heirs, have found that it was too ISOlated ! Thanks for your visit Ninik.
> Jean-paul.guigo46 [G] [P] [C] >Reply Nov 06, 2017
A house covered with vines, abandoned, abandonment means that, inevitably, nature will regain possession of this old house and that she will soon not be just a heap of stones. I remember a house in Brittany, one of my grand father that I never knew, she no longer had a roof and a tree was pushed inside, thank you Catherine for this shot
> Gipsy34 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 06, 2017
To be happy, live hidden ! It would suit me perfectly. That greenery ! Thank You Cathy.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 06, 2017
Brrr ! Me this large house, ISOlated and abandoned and has given me a cold in the back. It is good of you to search for the locations lost ! Thanks for all Josy.
> Royer.daniel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 05, 2017
The vegetation has really the art of dress around. Fortunately that part of the roof, and the window openings are still visible, otherwise there would be a wall of greenery.
 > Author Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 06, 2017
I knew that this scene would appeal to the poet. Thanks for your time Daniel.
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