Wednesday, August 31, 2011

En route vers le lac du Pontet







I got all the films back today.
I was expecting so much of these photos that at first, I have been a bit disappointed, thinking that I might be better at capturing details than landscapes.
But watching them over and over again, I am starting to like some of them.
Either way, it was certainly a good exercise to step outside of my comfort zone.
So I guess you might see a lot of mountains, fields and torrents during the next weeks.

29 comments:

Dorte said...

wow isabelle ... they are gorgeous. I look forward very much to seeing more :)

Mel and Roy said...

These photos are absolutely wonderful! I could see them featured in an old National Geographic. Stunning. Really.

KERRY said...

Wow, I think these are stunning! I think you do great outside of your comfort zone! The colours are gorgeous. It looks like a very beautiful place. Makes me want to get away. Have a nice evening :)

tinajo said...

I think these pics are just wonderful! :-)

Narumi said...

superbe, j'adore la deuxième..hâte de voir la suite !! je suppose que tu fais developper chez n+ :)

Maria said...

these are gorgeous! i love them all.

Anne said...

definitely no need to be disappointed! your landscapes surprised me (in a very good way!) - nice to see something different from you!

Lucent Imagery said...

The colours are beautiful. I especially love the cows in the first picture. They look like they are enjoying the view too!

Madame Alfred said...

J'aime beaucoup les textures ; et ce qui ce loge certainement dans l'écart entre ce qui est vu et la trace qui reste finalement sur le papier . (Et puis la Meije en N&B réveille de beaux souvenirs, merci !)

Mary said...

ektar suits you just as well in les alpes.
looking forward to seeing your elitechrome shots :)

geneviève bjargardóttir said...

they are very lovely - i especially like so much how you mixed the hugeness of landscapes and little details here, with pictures of them both. and i will be very happy to keep seeing lots of mountains, fields and torrents :)

Pascale said...

Vas-yyyyyyyyyy, envois les montagnes, ça fait du bien ! Ben , les paysages c'est super durs à photographier, moi aussi j'ai du mal à les prendre en photos... (du coup, j'ai fait 2 pellochs, pas 12 !-))

c'est beau tes photos.

jane said...

they are beautiful! don´t doubt yourself! :)

lucie said...

chouette!

Lazy said...

Je voulais d'abord dire quelles photos je préférais mais en fait, je les aime toutes. Elles ont toutes un p'tit quelque chose, une ambiance. Et tout ce bleu !!! Ca me fait déjà regretter l'été !!

Line said...

bravo elles sont très belles et même avec les imperfections, je déteste les photos parfaites et sans émotions!!

inna karenina said...

they are really beautiful!

pierre said...

BOOM !!!!

Carolyn said...

I think your photos are wonderful. The colours are beautiful and the mountain scenes are just spectacular. I always enjoy looking at your photographs.

Tracy said...

These photos take my breath away.

Jay said...

This place is soooo beautiful.

black-eyed angel said...

stepping outside of your comfort zone was a good thing! These are beautiful…..so much space and air to them.

brigduong said...

these photos are seriously so beautiful and makes ME want to step outside of my comfort zone!

kitchu said...

i am IN LOVE with your landscapes. this might be one of your strong suites!

i also have a thing for cows :) always have. when we lived in Bangladesh, i actually brought one home and begged my mom to buy one.

joana said...

are these real?! stunning landscapes. the mountains are shaped so harshly and yet seem so delicate...
just wonderful!

katieleigh said...

you have such a beautiful eye for film. these are amazing.

Luana said...

he's got a suntan... :o)

Christina said...

Arrête tu vas presque réussi à me faire aimer la montagne !!

alma said...

Quelle beauté. Et cette nuque sur laquelle on a envie de poser des bisous !