The bridge to the Ile d’Oleron is rather large and we have been across it many times during the day but never in the evening – so this time after having a leisurely dinner and a little drive around the coast before going home we took the opporunity to stop on the Island side of the bridge and try out the G10! This is just one of the images that I took – I have to say I am impressed yet again with this little camera – I tried out 3 different settings and even managed to get the tail lights of 2 cars leaving in another image!
The second largest Island in France, Ile d’Oleron is connected to the mainland by the longest bridge in the country. The island is a popular tourist destination, offering horse riding, beaches, and nautical activities. This area, inhabited since the 7th century, is popular with tourists who flock to the area to sample an array of fresh local seafood dishes, fruits, vegetables, and wines.