Showing posts with label nernier. Show all posts
Showing posts with label nernier. Show all posts

Friday, 15 June 2012

Houses along Geneva lake in Nernier village

Image of some houses along Geneva lake in Nernier, France
Houses along Geneva lake


An image from March, very similar to this one posted some time ago.
But if the first one was done with the Hoya ND 400 filter, this one was done without any filter and has a really shorter exposure.

On both images, I love how the houses are reflected on the water and how sky and lake meet and blend together.

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Nernier harbour

Photograph of Nernier harbour on Geneva lake

Nernier harbour on Geneva lake

One more image of Nernier from past month.

I've published an important update on my main website. Until last week, the only way to view my stock images was to browse the galleries but it's possible to reach directly all the images corresponding to a specific tag (or keyword).
For example all my images of Nernier can be found here.

Friday, 30 March 2012

Dusk light on Nernier harbor

Photograph of Nernier harbour at dusk time
Dusk light on Nernier harbor

One more from my last visit to Nernier.
It was not easy to get because the wind was blowing strongly at dusk time making the boats to move and many duks were crossing the lake leaving some "dirty" tracks on the silky water.

Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Houses along Geneva lake at Nernier

Long exposure image with houses along Geneva lake
Nernier, houses along Geneva lake

I returned yesterday to Nernier on the borders of Geneva lake. I wanted some images of the pier in the late afternoon.
Arrived soon, i took a little time to explore the village which is also known as the pearl of Léman lake. It's a very pretty place and makes me think to a little Saint Tropez in the Alps.

The weather was less cold than the day of my first visit but still fresh because of the wind blowing from North and giving a clear blue sky.

The long exposure in day light for this image is due to the use of my Hoya ND 400 filter.

Note : Images of my first day in Nernier where posted one month ago on my french website. You can have a look here.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Blue hour on Geneva lake

Photo of Geneva lake at blue hour in winter with the banks covered with ice
Blue hour on Geneva lake at Nernier harbor

Although the real name of this lake is Léman lake, out of France it's mostly known as Geneva lake. One part is french and the other is swiss.
The photo was made in France and the mountains in the backgroud are in Switzerland.

During the freezing cold we had a few time ago this pier looked like an artic place with amazing ice sculptures done by the wind.
I could go there only this afternoon. I was not sure to find some ice because the weather is a little more hot for some days but i wanted to explore a little this unknown place.
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