Photographer's Note

Pesmes, village of Haute-Saône (Franche-Comté) between the cities of Besançon and Dijon.

This village, born around a church and a castle in the 11th century, was part of the Holy Roman Empire's fortified towns. At that time, situated to the borders of Kingdom of France, it has been by turns pillaged, burned and ravaged by wars until annexation of Franche-Comté by France in 1678.

f5.6, 1/250s, ISO 200, +0EV, 27mm (18mm x 1.5).
JPEG Quality: 70/100.

PS : There is no post-processing. The polarizing filter has naturally deepens the colors and contrasts.

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