I'm just back from a short vacation to the Verdon Gorges in southern France, where I spent a few relaxing days.
I had the chance nonetheless to take a few photographs of this incredibly beautiful region. The canyon of the Verdon river is nothing but a must-visit place for anyone living in EU and for anyone planning to visit France from abroad. It's 60 kms long and 700-800 meters deep, with huge vertical sandstone and limestone walls and fantastic spots at every corner.
I took this picture at dawn a couple of days ago, from atop the highest cliff of the canyon, at about 1300 meters of altitude. This is a stitch of 7 vertical takes, so don't forget to check out the larger size for much better details.
Your c&c are as always highly appreciated, thanks in advance for your time.
Details: Eos 50D, Tokina ATX-Pro 12-24 f4, GND 8x + GND 4x, tripod.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 50D |
|Lens:||Tokina ATX-Pro 12-24 f4 |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|