Photographer's Note

Saint-Michel church, Dijon downtown in Burgundy.

Dijon used to be the Capital of one of the most powerful empire when French Kings were struggling to control the lands against the English kingdom between 1337 and 1445.

That town was extremely wealthy and each corner displays magnificient old houses, castles and churches. Architecture like here is really a major topic for the one who want to enjoy its stay in Burgundy together with the discovery of gastronomy (mustards, liquors...) and the prestigious wineyards all around.

No cropping, USM applied.

Shutter speed: 1,6 sec
Aperture: 8
Exposure mode: Av
Flash: Off
Metering mode: Evaluative
Drive mode: Single frame shooting
Self-timer: 10 secs
ISO: 100
Lens: 17 to 40mm
Focal length: 39mm
AF mode: AI Focus AF
Image size: 2336 x 3504
Image quality: Raw
White balance: Auto
Saturation: High
Sharpness: High2
Contrast: High
Tone: Normal

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