Category Archives: France

The Circular Polarizer – A Photographer’s Friend or Foe?

On the photo tours that my wife Magrit and I conduct in Europe, our participants are often uncertain about the use of polarizers. In this article, you will learn when to use a polarizer to enhance the quality of your images, … Continue reading

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A day on the Canal du Nivernais

Chartering the Randle means enjoying the easy pace of life on the river with all the logistics taken care of. An expert captain to guide the vessel, a gourmet chef to prepare delicious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, and a knowledgeable … Continue reading

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Eating Out in France: Where to Eat and Daily Meals

Food is one of the great passions of life in France, and the French enjoy the experience of sharing a meal together. For us, one of the many delights of spending time in France is enjoying the cuisine and the … Continue reading

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