Fishing Boats, Nets And Seashells…

Bonjour!

I took the Sony a6000 for a photo walk, to give my Fuji x100s a little rest. Here are some common sights in seaport villages of Normandy… I hope you enjoy them. Please leave a comment 🙂

 

Waiting for the tide... ©Valérie Jardin

Waiting for the tide… ©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

Cigaret? ©Valérie Jardin

Cigarette? ©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

Scallops and seaweed at low tide. ©Valérie Jardin

Scallops and seaweed at low tide. ©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

©Valérie Jardin

9 thoughts on “Fishing Boats, Nets And Seashells…

  1. Wow! The color and clarity is beautiful! Of course, the eye behind the lens leads us to a lovely POV….Though I have yet to manage a trip with you, I follow along sharing in the pleasure you experience as you travel near and far. Thank you.

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  2. Hi Valerie…beautiful images. I’m following your posts even if I’ve been a bit quiet lately. All is well…just busy with family, etc. Our little granddaughter, Lily, is 2 1/2 now and speaking French and English! It is quite amazing to watch her becoming bilingual. Philippe and Kristin only speak French with her at home…she gets English everywhere else in Sturgis, obviously! Enjoy!

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    • Hi Tina: I haven’t found a camera that I like better than the Fuji x100s yet. The Sony a6000 is awesome esp. for fast action with its amazing fast frame rate and focus tracking capabilities. Not great for street photography as it cannot be silenced… I only used it with the kit lens. Must be pretty awesome with a prime lens. They are very different cameras. The Sony would fit more photographers for its flexibility of interchangeable lenses.

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      • Love the photos! You always do an awesome job!
        I can’t wait until you do a workshop in Chicago, one day…

        If you don’t mind I would like to ask you a question about the Fuji x100s. Do you prefer to use the Viewfinder window, or the LCD screen?

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