Blue seas and even bluer skies…it hard not to see the appeal of Nice.
The place really does have something for everyone. I really enjoyed walking through the streets.
Playing with perspective on a wide angle was fun, their streets seem so much nicer than ours.
Inevitably, these streets will lead you toward the Marina…
Which is equally pleasant.
Considering that there was so much wealth around the place, it didn’t look out of place or false, it seemed to wear it with some sort cool nonchalance.
You are never really more than a few feet away from some impressive architecture.
Never hurts to get a little panning action in whilst on holiday…
It was also a lot of fun panning with a wide angle lens, it gives a completely different look and feel to the typical long focal length pans.
I tried not to focus on the stunning cars (and failed – you’ll see in a later post) and tried to capture the typical methods of transport in the area.
Get on top of the Modern Art Gallery in Nice and you get full 360 panoramic views.
Which was pretty awesome!
Met only gripe, and this is quite anal, is that the buildings don’t finish in perfectly straight lines…which makes the photos look wonky.
Nonetheless it was nice to get up high and have a look at the city as it sprawled in all directions.
Towards the afternoon it was nice to dawdle around the square taking some candid portraits.
Although as you can see, I got caught, they didn’t mind though.
Would I go back? You bet!