Sunday, April 27, 2008

St Malo, France


We're in Spain at the moment, spending some quiet time catching up on things. I'm doing a lot of editing from our time in France, and even some from England.

Today's post includes a few images from St Malo, a 'pirate city' on the west coast of France. We spent an afternoon there with our friends the Drouets, walking the walled city, watching the rapidly rising tide, ducking the rain. Above, an image of the little castle on the rocks off the shore of the main city. This little archipeligo of rocks and castle was accessible by foot when we arrived, and within no time, the water rose and everyone made their way up on the walls of the fortified city. I ran rather quickly back to a vantage point and shot swiftly when I saw this little patch of sun highlight the fort.



An image with clear Cartier Bresson undertones. Or overtones. I don't know which.



Being a travel and editorial photographer is so interesting!

1 comment:

  1. those are amazing photos... especially the first one. :)

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