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La Carmejane
by E. Kirsten Honeyman


View over the central parterre garden from the Maison des Amis
Photo – Kirsten Honeyman


The castle as it looks today from the village street
Photo – KH


Gate from the village street into the entry courtyard
Photo – Jolene Telles


Path to a small balcony off the main courtyard entrance
Photo - KH


Early dawn light over La Carmejane with Mount Ventoux in the distance
Photo - KH


In the parterre garden looking toward the 15th c. watchtower, 
which now serves as the Maison des Amis
Photo - Jolene Telles


On the central patio, beautiful old urns hold Hydrangea paniculata,
 a favorite potted plant of the owners
Photo - JT


Vintage Provençal pitchers sit atop a small well,espaliered apples behind
Photo - JT


Terrace of the Maison des Amis, with main house beyond
Photo - JT


The fallen boulder, split in two, (lower left) lies just beyond the
swimming pool on the hillside beneath the house
Photo - KH

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