Photographer's Note

Description: Second posting of this great garden complex. The first Gardens of Eyrignac were created during the XVIII th century by Louis-Antoine Gabriel de la Calprenède, the grand son of the builder of the Manor. He was an adviser to the Great Counsel and appointed Controller General of Accounts and Finance by Louis XV. He had a large fortune, which enabled him to embellish his residence in Perigord.

Eyrignac is a fairly exceptional family estate, which has never been sold. For the last five hundred years it has always be handed down to the son or daughter. Patrick Sermadiras de Pouzols de Lile, the current owner was the last to receive it, and is continuing the tradition.
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Technical aspects: It took me a few repositionings to get the right angle and depth of view. Finally found position where none of the elements in this photo gets chopped of badly.

Postprocessing: PhotoShop, rotated until strait, finaly some L, CB and a bit USM.

Conditions: cloudy day

My Goal: Same goal as is my previous posting, this garden is one big place of repeating views. So again I tried to capture the depth of this magnificent gardendesign.

I hope you like this view but more, I hope you can visit it too!
See you again. Richard

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Additional Photos by Richard Poppelaars (DigiSpy) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 30 W: 16 N: 60] (214)
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