"The Fire This Time"—Citè Carcassone, France. This double-walled city on the banks of the Aude River in Languedoc has a unique history. On July 21, 1209, the Albigensian Crusade army torched the nearby city of Bèzier and massacred 20,000 people. Some Crusaders were themselves horrified, but they were encouraged by the cry: “kill them all, God will recognize his own.” A week later, the Crusaders besieged Carcassone, which surrendered to avoid Bèzier’s fate. Carcassone’s leader, however, was betrayed and murdered. Here, the city is ablaze—or is it only vestigial fear reflected in the shimmering river of time? This image is printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag archival paper with an Epson 9800 printer using 3-K archival Ultrachrome inks. The mat is 4-ply, museum-quality, acid-free, unbuffered mat board. The image is printed in the following editions: 25 are 32 x 40 in. (mat size 40 x 48 in.) 50 are 19 x 24 in. (mat size 29 x 32 in.) 100 are 11 x 14 in. (mat size 17.5 x 20 in.) Click on INFORMATION to call or email for prices.

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