“Old stones” are one of my favorite photographic subjects. They often are “landscape-y”, but sometimes not really. They always have a documentary interest, and, I hope, sometimes an artistic one as well. I hope your will enjoy these photos, and of course don't hesitate to critique them, as this is the section for it, and everyone can always benefit from constructive criticism. Thank you very much in advance.
Let me just add that, for me, “old stones” mean “older than 15th century”. Therefore, most of what I will upload will be Mediæval.
The first photo of the series, below, is of the castle of Alleuze in Auvergne (central France). This 12-14th century castle is probably the most romantic ruin of Auvergne.
I upload those photos in 1,000 pixels in their longest dimension, I expect that this will enable you to enjoy them, but let me know if that is too large or too small.