We caught the last blossoms of the magnolia last week in the parc de l’Oragerie. We started around 5 and went for about two hours, seeing the light just getting softer and softer and really felt like magic: a lovely lady, beautiful blossoms and great light! It was such a pleasure.
Beginning of March is not a very warm time but we had a vision and we went for it because that is how we roll. Also as the weather in Brittany is crazy and so if you see the sun it doesn’t mean it’s going to be there in 10 minutes. And that means go go go! So imagine this – early morning, 5 degrees Celsius, high tide ( which we didn’t expect at all), and this courageous lady in a dress, well and also me running around like crazy so I’m freezing and sweating at the same time XD
Anyways, fun times.
It was in the beginning of Autumn that Gladys wanted photos in the beautiful historic parts of Strasbourg. We went there good and early to avoid the crowds of tourists and it worked out perfect!
Petite France is a historic quarter of the city of Strasbourg in eastern France. It is located at the western end of the Grande Île, which contains the historical centre of the city. At Petite France, the River Ill splits up into a number of channels that cascade through an area that was, in the Middle Ages, home to the city’s tanners, millers and fishermen, and is now one of Strasbourg’s main tourist attractions. Petite France forms part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Grande Île, designated in 1988.
Nadia Audigié is a professional photographer based in Strasbourg, France. She specialises in portrait photography and loves the confidence it gives to people when they see their beautiful selves reflected in the portraits.
Nadia was born in Stavropol, in the south of Russia, and has lived in Moscow, London and Strasbourg. She has plans to travel the world and further pursue her passion for photography that has streched over 10 years.
Nadia is currently curating 3 instagram accounts:
@n.audigie.photo – account for portrait and wedding photography
@tea.in.airports – account for travel photography
@the_unicorn_ways – a creative outlet account
A great spring day when we turned over every blossoming tree and bush over in Esplanade, Strasbourg. As it turns out taking photos on a cloudy day has its advantages.
This is a post wedding shoot that we did in the Vosges in February. The couple had their wedding in the summer but they wanted a romantic snowy photoshoot so off we went.
Definitely bring snacks and hot drinks, don’t forget to have a winter ready car and look out for deer poo. I’m serious. It’s everywhere.
For more photos visit facebook
What do you do in Russia in Winter? Take pictures in the snow!