This is from the Church of the Jacobins from Toulouse, France. In particular, it’s a view of a column in the sanctuary of the church. At the top of the column, it radiates out in a palm tree design to support the roof. The photo doesn’t really show the height of the ceiling and how light and airy it makes the room feel along with the huge stained glass panels. This is definitely a must see in Toulouse.
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This photo is from St. Emilion, a famous wine growing region just outside of Bordeaux in France. I loved the way the sun was shining through the tree and the great texture in the church tower and the sky. This shot has so much dynamic range that the camera couldn’t capture it all so the highlights are blown out and the tower was deep in shadow. I fixed it as much as possible but the sky still wasn’t working for me – black and white to the rescue!
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This was taken on a recent trip to France. After presenting at a conference in Toulouse, I went to Marseille for a few days to explore. While it wasn’t my favorite city, I did get a few great pictures and got to see the Chateau d’If. The light was hard because it was the middle of the day so I converted to black and white to try to give it some drama.
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