Ah, marvelous France... After living abroad in the United Kingdom for several years, I decided to go back to live in my country. Even though I continued taking a few cityscape shots in cities like Bordeaux or Saint-Emilion, once I arrived home, I mostly focused on landscape photography.
At first, I traveled on the South and West Coasts to capture seascapes. I then searched and picked several places I found wonderful, like the Mont Saint-Michel, the infamous but delightful lake of Guizengeard, or the homey fishing port of Saint-Goustan.
I continued dedicating my holidays to photo trips. All of these were longer and longer, with more time on the field, but this came with its challenges. I started facing the whims of weather, with unbearable heat in lavender fields at Valensole in Provence, or the freezing cold from the sea that could be felt at the top of the cliffs at Etretat in Normandy. Nevertheless, all those memories remain good and make stories.
I then fell in love with the region of Bretagne. From the Finistère to Morbihan, the beauty of the landscapes there still leaves me speechless.