Canon 5DII + 16-35 mm f/2.8 L Mk II. Three RAW captures post-processed in Photomatix and LR4. Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, May 2012. Much better bigger.
I remember being driven through France as a kid in the 70s by my parents on holiday. My father, a real Brit, disliked paying motorway tolls, so we trundled down countless miles of routes nationales, all lined with wind-breaking poplars and plane trees.
I have driven my daughter – who’s as French as they come – along the same routes nationales, but this is the one I would have liked to see as a child.
Oh, and the title is an echo of what is being spouted out of every politician’s mouth these days. Right now, it’s almost plausible.