This view of the "Temple of Concordia" is part of the archaeological site at Agrigento in Sicily. This is one of the remaining structures of the ancient Greek city of Akragas. It was built circa the 5th century, BC. and still stands as a reminder of the classical world that once dominated the region.
This piece is based on an vintage black and white photograph I stumbled across by photographer, Nick Parrino. It was taken for the US government Office of War Information circa 1943. When I saw that old tree framing the temple, I had to do my own take on this fascinating scene. You can see his original here: