As I made my way back to Switzerland from my road trip through Spain, I stumbled upon one of the biggest surprises of my journey – the beautiful city of Nancy in France.
Nestled in the northeastern region of the country, Nancy is a charming city filled with history and culture. From the stunning architecture of the Place Stanislas to the delicious local cuisine, there was no shortage of things to see and do during my “one-night-stay”.
One of the highlights of my visit was taking a stroll through the picturesque streets of the old city, admiring the elegant buildings and taking in the lively atmosphere. I also had the chance to indulge in some delicious French cuisine, sampling traditional dishes such as tarte flambée. And to my surprise they served Fondue there. I thought this is a typical Swiss dish…
Despite being a short stop on our journey, Nancy left a lasting impression on me and I can’t wait to return for a longer visit. Nancy is definitely a hidden gem that should not be missed! As a friendly reminder for fellow travelers, don’t forget to enjoy the beautiful scenery while keeping an eye out for those pesky speed traps when driving from Nancy to Geneva.
Experiment with aperture. Aperture controls the amount of light that enters the lens, as well as the depth of field in your image. Experimenting with different aperture settings can give your long exposure photos a unique look. And here is the reason why I am always shooting in A-Mode – the famous aperture priority mode. I simply change the aperture and the camera automatically calculates the corresponding shutter speed.