Photo essay: Ambert, Auvergne, France

by Azadeh Azad
I spent part of July 2012 in Auvergne, a central region of France, where the "puys" (extinct volcanoes) and their natural surroundings present huge potentials for open-air enthusiasts. These are photos I took in the countryside of the town of Ambert (pronounced Umber).

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Esfand Aashena

Niiiice! Looks like our taxes are going to waste!

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I think photos like these should really be of high quality to enjoy.  The difference in #17 for example is too much. 

JJJ should stay in a cheaper rooms so that our money can be spent for more memory and server space! 

Everything is sacred

Azadeh Azad

Thank you, everyone

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Dear Esfand:

I took these photos with one of my excellent cameras. The lack.of precision comes from the fact that I had to reduce most photos to 20%,and.some photos to 30%, of their original size. This is a link to the photo # 17.before being reduced. Note how every details can be seen, which makes it much.more pleasant to watch. (the words on that website are not mine. They belong to their system.)



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Magical wood shots - those were my favorites. We're reading a "Midsummer Night's Dream" in Washington, and it's full of fairies and fantasy / magical woods... that's what these shots reminded me of! Lovely.

Esfand Aashena

Nice! But I don't think u used a good camera or IC resized them

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Everything is sacred

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by omeedvar on

These photos are very beautiful. They made me feel, I am there. Thank you for sharing them.


Thanks Azadeh

by amirparvizforsecularmonarchy on

By the way you are a great photographer, such good photos.