I shared my three favorite doorway shots.  Here are my three favorite window shots from the Chateau d’Amboise.  I’m continuing to learn how to take photos with the light in other places than over my shoulders.  How am I doing?  Any tips or tricks for me?

Chateau d’Amboise Window Photo #1.  The view of the Loire River from the Noble Guardsmen’s Room.

Chateau d’Amboise Window Photo #2.  The ermine tail symbol visible in the pillar to the left was the symbol of Anne of Brittany who married Charles VIII, completing the first stage of Brittany’s union with France.  When Charles died in 1498, Anne’s marriage contract forced her to marry the new king of France, Charles VIII’s cousin, Louis XII.

Chateau d’Amboise Window Photo #3. Light pours in from the Calvary Tower windows at Chateau d’Amboise.

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  1. First one gives a fantastic view, but the last one shows the interior


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About Sage Scott

Shutterbug Sage began as a 365 photo project.


Architecture, Castle, Photography, Travel


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