Whether you’re an amateur or a professional, our seven handpicked places will make it easy for anyone to point, shoot and click for a beautiful image
THERE’S a changing of the season upon us and it’s bringing with it waves of colours, the delight of any aspiring or practicing photographer.
As we all know, there are few themes more inspiring than travel for photography enthusiasts everywhere so we’ve compiled a list of places for you to discover.
This list will highlight where you – and your readers – can take one of a kind photos to capture their favourite moments and discoveries.
Photos from high up:
Millau Viaduct – Try paragliding over the 343m high bridge for an unparalleled view of the valley.
Tour Montparnasse – Head up to the 56th and 59th observation decks of a 360° panorama of Paris.
Chateau Azay-le-Rideau – A recently added access to the roof allows you to take photos from the top of this 16th century chateau.
Photos with a view:
Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild – Walk out to the gardens to gape at the turquoise coast and surrounding Provençal hills.
Chateau de Blois – Climb to the highest point of the château and overlook the town of Blois and the Loire River.
Photos for first timers:
Chateau Auvers-sur-Oise – Not only is the château beautiful, but a long list of famous artists came to paint it and the village. The only hard part will be choosing where to point your camera!
Chateau Haut Koenigsbourg – This fairytale château lends itself to having its photo taken from every angle and has a great view overlooking the valley.
To find out more about these places and get some inspiration for your next travel photo feature, head over to www.myfranceamoi.travel
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