Street in Giverny, France: Giverny is a village in the Eure department in northern France. It is best known as the location of Claude Monet's (famous painter) garden and home. Narrow street from the image above is a true floral park and therefore it is very pleasant to walk.
The South of France is full of wonderful villages that are mentioned amongst the most beautiful ones of the whole country. We take you on a road trip to see some of the nicest ones in the area of Perpignan. Click to read more and see more beautiful photos.
The high-speed trains used in France are known as TGV (Train à Grande Vitesse = High Speed Train). With 149 destinations and speeds of up to 320 km/h (200 mph), the TGV is the fastest way to visit the various regions of France.
A great photo of my favorite place in the world. When people take photos of the Eiffel Tower they all take it from the same angle. The angle that this person used along with variety in textures makes the photo unique.
Roscoff, France an old shot, which remained hidden for 3 years, that I've foun back by sorting hundred of images last week end. the new HDR mode in Lr6.2 is finally very efficient. and I miss so much the Star flare of my pentax ... compared to the crappy nikon flare ...