In August I hired a car and went driving through northwestern France. I started at the top in Granville in Lower Normandy, before making my way down through the province of Brittany, stopping along the way wherever looked interesting. In no particular order, this included Nantes, Vannes, Auray, Arrandon, the Gulf of Morbihan, Quiberon and the Cote Sauvage (Savage Coast), Dinard, Dinand, St-Malo and of course, the majestic Le Mont-St-Michel. The last stop was Rennes before catching a train back to Paris for my flight back home. It was an incredible soul-searching exploration of an old and historic place. Around every corner was something new to be inspired by and stand in awe of. I’m still in awe that I managed to get around the whole trip driving on the wrong (read: right) hand side of the road – an achievement that I will forever be proud of.
All photographs are on Fuji Pro 400H film, on my Contax G2. I freaking love this camera.
Contax G2 & 45mm f/2 | Fuji Pro 400H | Developed & Scanned by Richard Photo Lab
Normandy Wedding Photography by Jonathan David