Friday, 15 March 2013

A walk in the park



I was in Grenoble last weekend and tested my camera in a park in Meylan, the suburb where my sister lives.  Taking photos in such a pleasant environment was easy as.

J'étais à Grenoble le week-end dernier et j'ai testé mon APN dans le parc des étangs à Meylan, le quartier où vit ma soeur. Très sympa.





23 comments:

Who Is Afraid Of Miss Lovett? No, Mrs.Lovett... said...

Bonjour !Nathalie...
Oh! oui, all Of the photographs/images are very beautiful...I especially, <3 the second photograph.
merci, for sharing!
deedee :)

brigitte celerier said...

première photo, merveilleuse lumière, profondeur, détails - et silhouette noire pour ancrer

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Shooting into the sun, as in your top photo, produces an inviting, although sometimes lonely, mood.

Tilia said...

Magnifique contraste entre la demeure est son cadre grandiose

JoeinVegas said...

Pretty park - (well, I like trees)

Bob Crowe said...

The first picture has a lovely, hushed atmosphere but I adore the second one. It is architectural and landscape photography in a perfect whole.

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Jack said...

Well, Nathalie, it doesn't take very long for you to become accomplished with your camera. The first photo is wonderful. Maybe you just caught the moment, maybe you had a cooperative person move to just the right spot. And, the house photo is wonderful, too.

Thérèse said...

Je sens que tu t'en donnes a coeur joie! Et que tu continues a explorer ces ombres bien aimees de toi.

claude said...

J'aime bien ta première photo, Nathalie.
Longue vie à ton new APN.

Nathalie Beaumes said...

Jack - no cooperative person to move in the right spot, I don't know this lady. I had to quickly turn around after I crossed paths with her and position myself in the right spot so that she would appear framed by the foliage.

oldmanlincoln said...

Wonderful and thoughtful as well as thought provoking photography. Especially the first and middle ones.

Anonymous said...

Haaa lovely ! Grenoble en photo :)

Gert Jan Hermus said...

Great pictures! The test turned out to be OK I guess ;-)

Greetings from the Netherlands,
DzjieDzjee

jeff said...

Superbes photos Nathalie... Pour ma part j'ai craqué pour un Sony A77... mais qu'importe après tout les pixels et la qualité de l'appareil... C'est le coeur qu'on met dans son regard à travers l'objectif qui fait de la belle photographie... Ensuite, l'appareil sublime ou pas... mais l'essentiel est déjà fait !
Bises et excellente journée ;-)

Françoise Dumon said...

En un mot : bravo !

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mum said...

bonjour Nathalie.. suis très heureuse de voir le chateau de Maupertuis en photo sur ton blog avignonnais..... suis la mom de Bleeding Organge et moi aussi j'habite à quelques encablures du Parc des Etangs... donc certainement pas très loin de chez ta soeur... je comprends maintenant le pourquoi du comment .. de certains autres post régionaux antérieurs..
Ma fille elle a fait la chasse à Fred le Chevalier..semaine dernière... autre génération autres intérets..
Belle journée alors dans le sud où mon frère réside !
T'as un joli blog et je l'aime et le suis régulièrement.

Babzy said...

j'aime beaucoup la première :)

Bergson said...

la photo avec ta soeur est magique

Lynne said...

AH, beautiful! Gorgeous scenery! I see that your new camera seems to be working out well. Are you happy with it so far? Looks to be taking really sharp and clear images!

William Kendall said...

Beautiful shots, particularly the second one. The rock climber in me loves that cliff face!

Jilly said...

Love that top photo and the third one. Looks like you are happy with the new camera?

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