I spent a couple of weeks in the Cevennes, in the south of France, some years ago, and went to the town of La Salle (sometimes spelled Lassalle) on market days. It's a small town, with a great bakery, and the market is a bustling place for local food and goods. I was on my way to the bakery when I saw this woman heading up the hill. I took only one frame. I like the way the arrows point in opposite directions, and that she’s walking against the largest arrow.
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