Tags: Travel, US Capitol Building, Washington DC
Wow. I like the perspective of this shot. Beautiful photo. Are there not that much cars or did you had to wait for the right point to do the shot?
Thanks. If I recall correctly things were pretty quite that day so it didn’t take that long.
Good job! 🙂
truly enjoy that kind of perspective! I hope you’re careful when you do that shot, with all the cars around!
Fortunately I travel with a spotter who’s always got my back. 🙂
you ARE lucky! I travel alone mostly and that’s harder to do on your own. this year will be different as I have my own spotter! 😉 can’t wait to try new perspectives!
Happy trails in Europe!
(if you go in the south-east of France near Marseille, I have a bunch of advice for you on beautiful places to visit! Let me know)
We’re going to be spending a week in Saint-Remy, a little bit north of Marseille, but we’ll have a car and are planning to do quite a bit of exploring so fire away on the suggestions.
Being in Saint-Remy, you’ll be right in the middle of it all and will be able to enjoy a lot from there! specially if you rent a car. Start with Fontaine de Vaucluse and l’Isle-sur-Sorgue (there’s a very interesting museum about the Resistance during WW2 and about the paintor Braque there).
Discover France’s Most Beautiful Villages… I wrote a little about them and our own wanderings last summer (http://lespetitspasdejuls.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/puebleando-in-provence/)
closer to Marseilles, look for one of my favorite calanque, Méjean (http://lespetitspasdejuls.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/a-secret-place/)
and go hiking in the other ones (http://lespetitspasdejuls.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/to-the-sun-through-stone-and-sea/)
If you want to spend a day in Aix-en-Provence, you’ll be able to visit Cezanne’s workshop, take a tour of the city and discover quite interesting facts about it, the markets, the architecture and the food of course! (http://lespetitspasdejuls.wordpress.com/2013/10/08/glimpse-of-hometown-charm/)
Have a salad at Papagayo on Forum des Cardeurs or a crêpe at La Crêp’ Sautière rue Bedarrides.
If you like seafood, I’d also highly recommend that you have a bouillabaisse soup at La Cale in Sausset-les-Pins (you need to book the day before).
I wish you a great time in southern France! You’ll love it! Can’t wait to read your impressions!
Thanks for the suggestions. Always much appreciated.
a bit cloudy? but still like the whole atmosphere of this pic!
One of the challenges of being a traveling photographer (rather than a travel photographer) is that you often have to make the most of what you’re given.
Thank you for your words!
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