01 October, 2015

Durban-Corbieres

The village we stayed in whilst holidaying in France at the end of August was so beautiful and typically French that I couldn't resist swapping the 90mm macro lens for a wide-angle lens.





Back alleys

A dried up river gorge

Mountain spring

A late night thunderstorm

The macro lens seems to be almost permanently attached to my camera these days, so it was nice to mix it up a bit and attempt some landscape photos. I don't think I've taken a photo of a bird since last winter.

2 comments:

Dylan Wrathall said...

Bill, some stunning images! Memories are made of more than macro shots. Hoping all is well? - Dylan

Bill Dykes said...

Cheers Dylan, very true - at this time of year I often find myself reminiscing over summer memories, and it's nice to have photos to look back over that aren't just of moths!

I'm doing good thanks mate - back at uni so trying to make the most out of the sunny weather before the dissertations start getting thrown at me!

Hope you're well too!

Bill