Chauvigny, France

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    The old town of Chauvigny, standing atop a precipitous rock spur, includes ruins of FIVE medieval castles. The Romanesque church of St-Pierre. right, is famous for its sculpted capitals .

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    14. EdRos AWAY 76 months ago | reply

      Your capture of the chateau you've posted is fabulous and this one is pretty gorgeous. Great colors, textures and composition. I would love to take the tour of this knock-out beautiful area.

    15. Howard Somerville 76 months ago | reply

      Thanks. It was one of the first shots I took with a (then new to me) compact digicam, and no more than a grabbed shot (I waited a few seconds until any tourists were out of frame, then clicked, with all settings on automatic). I was, and still am, astonised by the image quality and detail from a sensor the size of an 8mm cine frame. But the Leica lens on the Lumix probably is sharper than most, and the 24mm (equivalent. but actually even wider) zoom creates many possibilites, like this one.

      It was taken in August, but for France, for touring and photography, May or Early June are probably ideal.

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