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More from Brittany

PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 1:56 pm
by bzh360
Hi.
Two more view from Morbihan.

The 1st is the small historical arbour St Goustan known to be the place where Benjamin Franklin arrived in France with Lafayette to buy is "Revolution for Dummies" book. :D
The second, a place named St Cado, a small village build around a 8th century church on an island. Legend says that the bridge have been build by the devil...

Cheers.

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Salut.

Deux nouvelles vues du Morbihan.
1ere : Le petit port historique de St goustan ou débarquèrent Benjamin Fraklin (avec Lafayette il me semble) en voyage sur le vieux continent pour acheter son exemplaire de "La Révolution pour les Nuls" :D
2nd: Une nouvelle vue de St Cado. Un petit village construit autour d'une chapelle du 8ieme, fondée par un saint Irlandais du même nom et qui selon la légende locale entourloupa le diable pour lui faire construire le pont en 1er plan. Comme quoi les bistrot sont présents depuis un moment...

Kenavo

PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:08 pm
by UK Pano
Both superb photos and the border works very well to framce each of them - keep them coming!

PostPosted: Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:15 pm
by klausesser
Beautiful!!

best, Klaus

PostPosted: Wed Feb 02, 2011 7:05 pm
by olivewhite
Tout simplement superbe! Bravo!

PostPosted: Fri Feb 04, 2011 11:47 pm
by taf
très très très beau !!!! Bravo.

PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:30 am
by oreillyfotograf
Kenavo,

Your panos and the light in them I find to be stunning, congratulations. I'm delighted to be going to Brittany on my holidays in July. I have marked both of these locations on my sat nav.

Thanks again, kind regards,

Niall O'Reilly

PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 12:33 am
by tived
I really like these, very nice work!

Henrik

PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:15 am
by bzh360
niall_eidw wrote:Kenavo,

Your panos and the light in them I find to be stunning, congratulations. I'm delighted to be going to Brittany on my holidays in July. I have marked both of these locations on my sat nav.

Thanks again, kind regards,

Niall O'Reilly

Hi Niall. Thx for the comments and yes our skies are sometime as stunning as those I've got on the "Sky Road" few (...24) years ago.

You 'll be welcome here , the little sister of Irland. Do not hesitate to contact me for more "hot spots"

Just few tips: " Kenavo " meens Good By and not Hello... To say Hy it's " Demat' " :D

Kenavo

PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 9:05 am
by llang57
Bonjour,

belle photos, belle lumière.

Tiens toi qui est du coin, est ce que tu sais quand ils auront fini de restaurer le bateau musée - boutique à  St Goustan ?

Amicalement

PostPosted: Tue Feb 08, 2011 2:29 pm
by oreillyfotograf
Demat,

Thanks for the correction <lol>

We will be staying just north of Pontivy.

Do you mean 'Sky Road' in Ireland?

If you can recommend any locations for photo's I would be delighted.

Regards,

Niall

PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 8:19 am
by bzh360
Dia duit Niall ! Hello Everybody !!

Degemer mat'(Welcome) in Brittany.
I will send you a listing of good places and as you stay more or less on the very middle, we will be be quite close from each other. So I will be honoured to guide you one day if you agree.
Slà¡n agat.
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Hey Guys from France, Irland and any where else !!
Why not organising a pano-photographers off-meeting ?
We have beautifull landscapes and our cider, original pancakes and other Kouing Aman makes unbeleavable picnics !! July is a good date as we are already 2 ;)
Anybody up ?

Kenavo.
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Une petite idée en passant chers amis panoramistes de France, Irlande et d'ailleur.
Pourquoi ne pas organiser une rencontre off (ou officielle ?) des joyeux panoramistes en Bretagne ?? En plus de pas mal de paysages terribles, on a du cidre, des crêpes et autres Kouing Aman qui font des pique-niques incroyables !
Juillet pourrait être une date comme il y a déjà  deux de disponibles sur place. ;)
Qu'en pensez vous ?

Kenavo.

PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2011 5:15 pm
by DDphil
Slt
BZH si tu montes une affaire de ce genre, sur le golfe du morbihan : j'espère bien en etre .

PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2011 9:19 am
by wlidha
trés beau,
le ciel violet sur la deuxième, c'est naturel?

PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:22 am
by Destiny
Beautiful... Really beautiful !!!

D

PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2011 10:14 am
by Destiny
Ditto... Great VR movies.. It amazes me that some things can actually be built.... Its hard for someone like me to come to Europe so great VRs like this allow others to see a wonderful buildings... Just before your Nadir image appeared in the Art Gallery, I notice the tripod and now I am confused.. Your NPP looks way out yet your pano's looks great... What lens and camera did you use...??

Destiny



bzh360 wrote:
niall_eidw wrote:Kenavo,

Your panos and the light in them I find to be stunning, congratulations. I'm delighted to be going to Brittany on my holidays in July. I have marked both of these locations on my sat nav.

Thanks again, kind regards,

Niall O'Reilly

Hi Niall. Thx for the comments and yes our skies are sometime as stunning as those I've got on the "Sky Road" few (...24) years ago.

You 'll be welcome here , the little sister of Irland. Do not hesitate to contact me for more "hot spots"

Just few tips: " Kenavo " meens Good By and not Hello... To say Hy it's " Demat' " :D

Kenavo

PostPosted: Mon Feb 21, 2011 12:59 am
by oreillyfotograf
Count me in, I would love to meet up with others for 'a pano-photographers off-meeting' at some stage during July. I arrive France on 9th July and depart on 23rd.

I have some panoramics up on flickr as oreillyfotograf.

Kind regards,

Niall

PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 5:17 pm
by Takeo
Beau pano d'Auray, je ne connaissais pas ce point de vue , comme quoi !

PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 10:27 pm
by marcalmecija
Deux très belles images, bravo !

PostPosted: Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:00 pm
by Cyril57
Kenavo,

Très très belle lumière pour le premier panorama. J'adore la composition et ce contraste entre l'orage passé et les rayons lumineux.

Superbe

PostPosted: Sun Mar 27, 2011 10:54 am
by DrSlony
I love them!

PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 6:18 am
by Garfed
Panos and light in your find them, I was amazing, congratulations. I am very pleased to Brittany in July to my holiday. I have my studies of these locations are marked on the net asset value...

PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 9:20 pm
by snaefell
bzh360 wrote:Hi.
Two more view from Morbihan.

The 1st is the small historical arbour St Goustan known to be the place where Benjamin Franklin arrived in France with Lafayette to buy is "Revolution for Dummies" book. :D
The second, a place named St Cado, a small village build around a 8th century church on an island. Legend says that the bridge have been build by the devil...

Wow. Another two really great panos. I would love to see the first one on a really big print.