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Le Mont St Michel, France by Prio Adhi Setiawan

A magical island, a rocky islet, topped by a gravity-defying medieval monastery, the Mont-St. Michel is one of the stunning sights like in fairy tales for every kid are dreaming of.

Having this scene, I took down to the place that I could capture this beautiful composition and wait until the light show came up. Having this moment really is like in dreamland, Disney alike.


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  1. This is a wonderful image. I spent a night at Mont-St. Michel and lots of time in Normandy and Brittany. Everyone heads to Paris without traveling outside the city. There are actually more great photos awaiting you in the countryside. No I do not work for the French Office of Tourism ????

    • Prio Adhi Setiawan

      I‘m totally agree with you !
      There are a lot of amazing spots in the country side. And to be honest, once we got landed in Paris, there were only 2 main spots we would like to visit: Disneyland (for kids ????) and St. Le Mont Michel… it‘s a pitty that we could manage to have a night inside st Michel, after getting dark we drove back to Paris.

    • I‘m totally agree with you !
      There are a lot of amazing spots in the country side. And to be honest, once we got landed in Paris, there were only 2 main spots we would like to visit: Disneyland (for kids ????) and St. Le Mont Michel… it‘s a pitty that we could not . manage to have a night inside st Michel, after getting dark we drove back to Paris.

      Thanks for the compliment

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