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May 20, 2016

During one of his trips through the Massif Central, Chateaubriand says of one rocky cleft that nothing grew so well there as ruins. Farmhouse, shrine and shed given over to the elements, to the point that a keeper must have watched over them, what he deemed a “fermier de ruines”. On my worse days, I think to join the ruin farmers in the hills around.

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