Ste Enimie

St Enimie

It was the tower and stone that originally caught my attention when taking this photo in Ste. Enimie.   However, I decided that zooming in on the couple and the village street better displayed the charm of this delightful village in the Gorge du Tarn in central France.  Using Sagelight I brought up the details and used the tone blender to bring the image together.
St Enimie

This is in response to visualventuring.com and Stacy’s After Before Friday Week 36

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19 thoughts on “Ste Enimie

  1. Lynn, I agree with everyone else – cropping as you did was spot on. It tells us what you want us to focus on and feeds our imaginations about the couple wandering in this charming village. And I don’t feel that by cropping we lost out on the architecture at all. Lovely shot!

    • There are often several images within one photo – I usually check the cropping just to see. While I like the view of the architecture in the original, this crop makes it much more personal and more of an experience. I’m glad you like it, Ben 🙂

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