The most beautiful lavender fields in France are found scattered across the landscapes of Provence. Rolling hills of purple lavender stretch into the distance contrasting with wheat and sunflower fields that make photographers go gaga.
Provence Lavender Fields – Valensole Plateau Want to skip through purple fields of lavender as bees buzz happily around you and the warm summer sunshine lights up the sky above?
an attic with crumbling floor boards and cracking walls lay untouched for years in vignacourt, france. Vignacourt, France Coordinates – 50.0123° N, 2.1973° E Sunlight peeked through the cobwebs on occasion, but little did anyone realise that this attic was hiding one of the greatest collections of war photographs yet to be discovered.
The Col de la Bonette Coordinates – 44.3216° N, 6.8069° E I’ll confess, I didn’t actually realise we were driving on the highest paved road in France until we were nearly at the very top.
Once the snow melts and summer arrives the landscapes and alpine scenery around Briançon flourish. If you’re planning a visit to France this year, save a little time in your itinerary for a visit to the French Alps.
Want to create photographs that make your friends want to jump in the image and be there with you? When visiting a new destination there is always a check list of major attractions, monuments and sights to visit and taking a photo to say you’ve been there is all part of the fun.
Travel in France – Photo spots + Experiences in Provence From the shores of the Mediterranean to the peaks of the alps, France is filled with photogenic natural wonders.
Where are the best Places to Photograph Sunset? As the day comes to and end and the sky erupts into a palette of pinks, oranges and reds you want to be in the right spot at the right time to capture the perfect sunset that completes your travel album.
The lavender fields of Valensole were purple perfection this season. Rows stretching toward the mountains, glowing in the warm afternoon light and contrasting with neighbouring wheat fields.
TRAVEL FRANCE IN PHOTOS France is a country of diverse beauty, culture and natural wonders. Sure it’s home to all the goodies like croissants, macaroons and the Eiffel Tower but as someone who prefers the outdoors, it’s incredible to see just how many variations of ‘joli’ France can deliver.
So trash might not always be the word to use here but for the following story it is. In photography, part of the fun is attempting to create new angles, seek unique perspectives or just mix things up a little and get crazy creative.
Landscapes of Provence, France – What Time of Year to Visit Provence Awash with red, purple and yellow the landscapes of Provence are a landscape photographers dream canvas.
Imagine a palace all to yourself where you can roam the halls, slide down banisters and wander secret passages. Well, this isn’t exactly what we experienced at the Chateau of Versailles.
The Best Photo Locations in Paris, France *Updated April, 2017 with new locations, recommended hotel and map!* Paris evokes a feeling of wonder.
You’ve no doubt heard of glitzy and fabulous Monaco, colourful Nice and the other resident stars of the Cote d’Azure like Cannes and Saint-Tropez.
Please tell me I’m not the only adult first time skier to cause chaos at the ski slopes? As groups of four year old children zipped past me at what felt like the speed of Olympic downhill skiers, I stood awkwardly trying not to slip over whilst standing still.