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Paris Day Trips: Giverny, Fourges & Ambleville

There’s nothing quite like venturing through the unknown on a road trip and stumbling across captivating scenery. Particularly when the drive happens to be the road back to Paris from Giverny on a sunny August day. 350 more words


Before & After: Boat

My little exercise in post-processing this week was actually inspired by the December One Photo Focus, which was published last Friday. My own humble effort can be found… 260 more words


Paris continued (Part II)

I didn’t sleep all that well on the first night in Paris. I woke up a few times throughout the night as my body clock reset itself. 738 more words


Ornate In Original Form

My own decorating style leans towards rustic but when I visit Paris I’m delighted that there’s evidence of the ornate in so many places.  Not just in the obvious venues like churches and museums but also in the curve underneath a bridge, a stairway leading to a restaurant in an alley, or a gate on a side street. 74 more words


My images of Monet's Garden at Giverny

By now you have heard me rave about Monet’s Garden at Giverny that I visited in October as part of an organized cruise on the Seine River. 55 more words

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Leading Lines

Leading lines could well be the first basic tool of composition that I picked up on and have stuck with ever since – to the extent that in many cases the leading lines are the image. 104 more words

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