An image of last friday done during a (very) cold walk along Fornant river.
It was a cold and grey autumn sunday. I wasn't inspired by the natural landscape auround my home, didn't want to drive too far, so i went for a city walk in Annecy and ended with a few images of architecture from different ages.
Weather in this beginning of summer is ... rainy. My latest serious attempt to landscape photography ended with long drives without even leaving the car.
So, here are a few images of the plants in my garden, done sunday morning between two rain showers.
Another closeup image of the autumn vegetation caught in the morning frost.
I've uploaded a serie of 13 new images about this subject on my website a few days ago. You can check them here.
I returned to lake Génin yesterday before dawn. I wanted to make some landscapes in the early morning but once arrived, i was actually more interested by forest insights and by the frosted vegetation near the water.
I don't know the upper part of Vézéronce river but from Pain de Sucre waterfall to the junction with the Rhône, the river bed is large and the water runs on a kind of limestone rock.
On my first visit in April, i was surprised by the low water level despite the unstopping rain we have here for months.
The water was running quietly and sometimes falling in such little "cracks" in the tender rocks.
I thought this closeup composition could be interesting and just had to set up my tripod over the "crack". The limestone was very slippery and I wasn't in the most comfortable position while making this image but i'm very happy with the result.
It was very late in the afternonn and light was low enough to give this silky water effect without any ND filter.