Èze is a small medieval village on the southern coast of France. The “streets” going through the old part of town are narrow and for pedestrians only, which adds to the charm of the village. In addition, the garden at the top of the village has a nice collection of cacti and features stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea below. Èze is easily accessible from both Nice and Monaco and has become a popular tourist destination.
Do Not Delete
This photo was taken while wandering the streets of Èze. Luckily, it wasn’t very busy the day we visited, so I was able to get some nice photos without people in them. Unfortunately, this was 9 years ago and my photo editing skills were not as good back then as they are now. There are some things I wish I could go back and do differently with this photo but I foolishly deleted the original files after editing the photo and there is only so much that can be done with the JPEG file. Be smarter than I was my fellow photographers, save your RAW files, at least for your good shots, because someday you may want to go back and re-edit old photos and it is a lot better to have the RAW files to work with. That said, I still like this photo and feel like it captures the essence of Èze really well.