Or how could one not be intrigued by this mediaeval entryway with it's sinister window above?
Or this beauty? What was that narrow slit of a window for exactly? You will notice that each doorway is numbered, no matter wether, it is the entrance to a dwelling or an empty ruin lies behind (as in this case).
One can not help but be impressed by the facade of a stately mansion from the middle ages.
But certainly, it is no more lovely than the humble entrance to a country cottage.
I find beauty in of the subtlety of the grays & patterns of the stone, as well as the shapes & designs of the openings themselves.
Either grand or simple, these doors & windows suggest for me a sense of mysterious beauty. And imagine, all of them found on one summer afternoon, in one minor mediaeval village in the south of France.