During our holiday in Brittanny last month, my wife and I visited the Mont St. Michel twice. Both times it was quite hazy, the sky was an uninteresting grey, and there was no sunset visible. In short: boring!
So what do you do? Take a photo that's as good as you can get it, and combine it with an interesting sky in PhotoShop. This sky was from a photo I took in Normandy, last year. Both elements are therefore French, so that's okay, isn't it?
I quite like this, but let's hear what you think.
Comments and mods invited!
Thanks for looking,
|Camera:||Canon EOS 20D |
|Lens:||Soligor 28-220 mm |
|Title:||Mont St. Michel|
|Uploaded:||5 Jun 2006 - 4:22 AM|
|Tags:||Architecture, Bretagne, Brittanny, Digitally manipulated, Ec, Editor's choice, France, Landscape / travel, Mont saint michel, Mont st michel, Rc, Reader's choice, Sunset|
|VS Mode Rating||
101 (100% won)
||Modifications Welcome (Upload a Modification)|