By the river Marne (HDR)

The River Marne is very scenic. It used to be home to the “guinguettes”, 19th-early 20th century riverside cafés where people could drink the “guinguet” a cheap local wine, which no longer exists. Its quality may not have stood today’s tests I believe.

Mont St Michel at Dusk (HDR)

Two different versions of the same view of St Michael’s mount with Sheep at Dusk. One of the pictures is focused on the skies and one on the sheep and the grass. I ended up keeping both as I couldn’t choose between the two. HDR was purely and simply the only way for me to... Continue Reading →

The fortified farm of Méré

A wee HDR shot for a perfect late morning October light. The entrance is grand and fort-like. Yet, this is a fortified farm, not a castle. Classic midday backlighting shot of the "keep". The farm is located near Mantes La Jolie and La Roche Guyon, an hour west of Paris. October 2013

Milly Moors (HDR)

This is neither Cornwall, nor Devon, nor Brittany … but the briar and moor in Milly la Forêt near Fontainebleau, South of Paris. HDR shot with the “natural” antimuseum filter September 2013

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