Pictures of France
Photographs in France
Photographs are a fabulous way to record life as you explore and discover new places and countries. I have lived in France for a couple of years now and wanted to share some of the beaches, countryside, flora and wildlife I have discovered since moving here. These are some of my favourite pictures of France.
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Quintessential Pictures of France - Pictures of France in the Countryside
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A Photographic Journey Through France
France is absolutely synonymous with countryside scenes full of different flora and none more so than the amazing images captured when the sunflowers are in full bloom. So to start this little photographic journey through France what else could be included. It's not all sunflowers however there are lost of other wonderful flora in France so you will find a few other flowers included here.
Sunflowers and Flora in FranceClick thumbnail to view full-size
Want to finally understand exposure? Interested in learning to "see" and composing your images more creatively? Ready to master the magic of light? It's all here, the techniques every amateur photographer needs to take better nature, landscape, people, and close-up photos.
Pictures of France, Beaches and Coastal Resorts - Some of the fablous Mediterranean Resorts and Beaches in FranceClick thumbnail to view full-size
Pictures of France Cities, Towns and Architecture - The Architecture in France is Second to None
One of the things you will notice as you explore the cities and towns of France is just how beautiful the architecture is. Whether you are admiring a brand new structure like the Millau Viaduct and ancient fortified castle from the Medieval period or a little village house, there is always something to impress and a shot to be captured. Sometime you will find the shabbiest of chic and other times you will find a structure in pristine condition, but there will always be something magical out there somewhere.
Pictures of France ArchitectureClick thumbnail to view full-size
Le Moulin France - French Holidays Aude
We are feeling pretty fortunate to be living in this lovely part of France. We have sunflowers growing right in front of the house every other year and we are located just outside the lovely little French village of Issel. Many of the photographs are literally taken whilst out enjoying an evening stroll through the woods and the surrounding area to Le Moulin. We don't have to go too far for mountain views, inland lakes or wonderful architecture.
If you would like to enjoy this lovely environment then you can, because we have a self catering apartment known in France as a gite. So to visit our gite in France all you need to do is go to our website using the link provided and if you like what you see, get in touch to see if there is a week or two available for you to take a fabulous holiday in France.
Photos of France Out the Window - These were taken in the garden of Le MoulinClick thumbnail to view full-size
Your Guide to France - You need to know where you are when taking your photos of France
You can count on Rick Steves to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in France.
With this guide, you'll explore sleepy villages, romantic hill towns, and cosmopolitan cities, including Paris, Avignon, and Nice.
Pictures of France Architecture 2Click thumbnail to view full-size
The definitive guide to one of France''s most varied and exciting regions. The Rough Guide to Languedoc and Roussillon combines rich cultural and historical information and lively coverage of all the sights with detailed practical information - for all budgets.
Canal Du Midi, Carcassonne and PerpignanClick thumbnail to view full-size
Gorge De Galamus & Bastille Day Carcassonne 2011
Videos can be good to, this is a drive down the Gorge de Galamus located between St Paul De Fenouillet and Cubieres Sur Cinoble in the South of France. The Ermitage St Antoine-de-Galamus can be accessed from the car park on the south side of the gorge and you will find yourself located very close to the Cathar fortresses of Peyrepertuse, Queribus and Rennes Le Chateau. A very nice area to visit and to take a few photographs.
If you are interested in a photographic course in France follow this link to find out all about being taught by an expert photographer exactly how to go about taking the perfect shot for light, contrast and framing. That's not me by the way.
Gorge De Galamus
Pictures of France, Countryside and CitiesClick thumbnail to view full-size
Places to Visit in France - Plus additional resources for France
Somewhere to Stay in France
- Collioure France Tourism Information
Collioure is a little gem of a place in the Catalan region of France on the Mediterranean coastline near the French and Spanish border. It has a little port full of fishing boats, leisure boats and now boats for taking a trip around the local coastli
- A Self Catering Holiday in France
Let's face it, every cloud has a silver lining and with the words credit crunch, recession and financial hardship on everyones mind, has there ever been a better time to plan a holiday in Europe. Uh!!!!Well OK that may seem a bit contradictory but if
- Euro Traveller Holiday Destinations - France
Euro Traveller offers holiday destinations in Europe. This page provides information on France with suggestions on some great places to visit in France
- La Franqui, Leucate and Port Leucate
The Mediterranean coastline in France plays host to some of the most charming of the French seaside resorts. In particular the Languedoc Roussillon region seems to have more than its fair share. From Frontignan near Montpellier in the north down to B
- Tourist Places to Visit in France
The South West of France is up there amongst the most popular regions of France, and when you start to investigate its not hard to see why. There is a mix of the Mediterranean climate, fabulous seaside resorts, wine production, history and architectu
- Castelnaudary France, Carcassonne and the Canal Du Midi
Discover Castelnaudary France for a wonderful holiday in the French countryside near to Carcassonne, Revel, the Lac de St Ferreol and the Canal Du Midi
- French History Books - The Lauragais Story | eBookIssues.com
This story of the Lauragais, a region steeped in history, has been loving researched and detailed to produce one of the best French History Books of the region.
- Self Catering in the South of France
A holiday apartment in France for up to 9 people, set in large gardens with a pool.
French History Books - The Lauragais Story
The Lauragais region of the South of France with its capital Castelnaudary and its most important city Toulouse, holds a highly significant position in French history.
A fascinating insight into the complete history of the Lauragais region of the South of France, from Toulouse to Castelnaudary. Includes the Cathar persecution by Simon De Montfort, the German occupation and much much more. There was a lot of action in the Lauragais over many centuries and if you ever visit this region, this book will really inform you of its past, where money was made and how lives were lost.