Been recently on the road, travelling all the way from London to Granada. One of the nicest spots we stopped at was Mount Saint-Michel. Awarded as a UNESCO World Heritage site since long time ago this tiny little village lies on a tidal island about 1km off the North coast of Normandy.
Kind of overcrowded by tourists, the impressive views get a bit spoiled by the amount of cars parked at the end of the causeway connecting the island to mainland, but it remains an amazing view nonetheless.
The picture is a single exposure (handheld) hdr, mostly to enhance the texture as overall weather was kind of cloudy/diffuse light, so there wasn’t much need for the extended dynamic range.