Cap Blanc Nez is a cape on the Côte d'Opale, in the Pas-de-Calais département, in northern France. The cliffs of chalk are very similar to the white cliffs of Dover at the other side of the Channel in England. Cap Blanc Nez does not protrude into the sea like a typical cape, but is a high point where a chalk ridge has been truncated by the sea, forming a cliff that is topped by an obelisk commemorating the Dover Patrol which kept the Channel free from U-boats during World War I.
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GREGG (7804) 2011-08-08 11:28
pretty composed photo, the road leads to the center of the frame, nice view and a good job!
bergese (6699) 2011-08-08 12:44
Trés belle image avec un chemin qui méne notre regard jusqu'à la plage.Super pov.Bravo.
Bonne soirée Isabelle
amaryllis (32599) 2011-08-08 13:39
je trouve ton cadrage judicieux avec un beau premier plan, celui de la clôture, ce chemin qui descend vers la mer, une belle diagonale
une belle perspective également
imagizer (54) 2011-08-09 16:10
Hi Denisa, well, too. Beautiful composition. Only the horizon slips right off the bottom, the ship goes downhill.
fds (6744) 2011-12-18 6:09
very beautiful point of view over the fantastic coast
very beautiful route between the nord pays de calais country
i love the location and the fantastic colors and light