This is a photo he took of The Colosseo at Arles, France: a somewhat smaller version of the Colosseum in Rome and one of many Roman edifices still extant throughout France, especially in the southern region.
The Romans would use these arenas for spectacles : chariot races, gladiator fights, competitions, acrobats and circus performers, theatre pieces.
According to Webster's College Dictionary, a spectacle is: 1) anything presented to the sight or view, especially something striking or impressive; 2) a public show or display, especially on a large scale.
We as Christians await the commemoration of one of the most spectacular events in history - the birth of Christ.
It may be a worthwhile Advent meditation to consider and contrast aspects of these spectacles: a huge stone structure versus a stable; viewed by hundreds versus viewed by a handful.
If you could have been present at each of these venues, which event would have been more spectacular to you?
Thanks so much, Harry, for sharing your amazing photography!