Saint Girons, Ariege, Summer 2013
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
Some people think you can't take pictures on a rainy (or misty day in that case, but when in the mountains, it boils down to the same result). So when we decided to go hiking in the Pyrenees last August on a misty day, we realised the light was absolutely amazing. As in that still... Continue Reading →
Taken while visiting a wind farm in the north east of France. This is the reflection of a wind turbine on the roof of my car.
Photomerge(tm Trademark by Adobe) panorama made of 5 overlapping shots (in portrait format) of our beautiful Pyrenees. ND de l'Isard. Summer 2013
Here is an other version of the Picnic picture with selective colorisation which gives a "day for night" or "nuit américaine" feel to it. And this is the original version. I find the new rendition a lot more effective. Do you agree with me on that?
I love sunflowers, and as we passed that field near Mirepoix in the South West of France, I couldn't resist the urge to take a few pictures, some of which will soon be used on my main blog (Visionary Marketing). This is an HDR shot made of 3 separate shots with different exposures.