St Michael’s Mount. Normandy. April 2014
Louis Jouvet is an iconic 1930s French actor, a wonderful man who not only was a brilliant actor but a stutterer who managed to overcome his handicap to learn and teach acting to people with speech difficulties. Opposite our flat, there is this church and above the door, the statue of what should be St... Continue Reading →
Picture 1 is a non HDR saturated B&W shot (a wee bit grainy) Shot no.2 is a black and white HDR picture made of 3 different shots. Damville is a village in upper Normandy.
It's not just old couples who are nagging each other. I found these two beasts which didn't seem to be happy with their lot. St Etienne du Mont, Paris, France.
I said I didn't like the South facade of the Sagrada Familia, but I managed to capture that particular angle which looked nicer and looked good in black and white too...
The Southern Facade of La Sagrada Familia isn't as nice a sight as the Northern one. Here is a shot which conceals the ugly 1950ish statuary as best as it can.
This makes for an abstract picture: the cement dome of St Jean de Montmartre which I described in an earlier post is geometrical and beautiful in the sunshine.