Audierne is a small city of ca. 3,000 inhabitants, located on the south-western coast of the Finistère, which is constituted by the Bay of Audierne, stretching out from Pointe du Raz (North) to Pointe de Penmarch (South). The city was built on the estuary of river Goyen (Breton, Gwaien), which probably gave its name to the city.
Audierne is a small sea resort and an important fishing port (Audierne is the capital city of the AU quartier, all French boats having to bear a two-letter code showing where they are registered). The main specialities of Audierne fishers are lobster, rock lobster, and spider crab.
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Spoony (3539) 2004-08-23 11:59
My last photo refers to this theme. I like it.
Nice colors and all perspective.
jhm (150726) 2004-08-23 13:20
Ook hier krijgen we een rustig beeld te zien, met voldoende diepte en mooie kleuren, Hans. De haven faciliteiten zien er niet groots uit, maar het dorp boven blijkt beter in orde te zijn, alles netje scherp, en goed overzichtelijk.
Rockyboy (20598) 2004-08-23 17:22
Intersesting framing here. I like to see those boats on the sand. Bravo!
avigur_11 (22099) 2004-08-23 23:10
What a beautiful busy shot, with a very good depth, perspective and so many interesting details. a very original POV on this small city. Very good shot, Hans.
elihesamian (26149) 2004-08-24 7:36
Well managed the DOF,very strange shot,ofcourse it's great,and note is useful,I think,mayebe it's a bit busy,and I think it's real,not a flaw,not a problem,but I don't know,(and I know,too) that many of viewer love some shots like sunset,sunrise,beauty girl,..and I love sun/set/rise & ..,too but how about another caregories?!we must attention to all,altough with a limit(20 per day),....anywau,I like this shot,Hans,Sure!
merpb (2001) 2004-08-24 12:28
Nice shot as usual Hans, I like the view of the city through the cluster of fishing markers as it tells the story of the cities commerce through a creative eye.