Tignes-Val d’Isere, French Alps Landscape Photography: This photograph has been on my mind ever since I started driving to Val d’Isere every day. This band of cliffs, with its distinctive black striking such an imposing contrast to the white of the snow. Sitting just below this composition is the start of the Tignes Reservoir and the Tignes Dam. The dam, also known as the Chervil Dam, dams the Isère river, flooding the original town of Tignes in the process. If you ever get the chance to visit Tignes Les Brevieres, check out the dam, you’ll just be able to see the faint outline of Hercules. The artist, Jean-Marie Pierret, along with eight other painters, took 60 days to paint this mural. This will be one of my last photos of the week from France, but fear not there will be plenty more photo essays from my time in Tignes. Photograph details: 1/30th sec, F8.0, ISO 100, 125mm, shot using an Olympus OM-D EM5. If you are interested in purchasing this print, you can do so here.
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