Much to the surprise of many people, and very much to my own amazement, I made a dawn ultralight flight over Mont St Michel.
It was a breathtaking experience – both physically and emotionally. Raising your visor when flying into the wind really does make breathing tricky, but that’s the only way to take photographs!
The views were wonderful, the flight was smooth and I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
Twenty minutes at around 900 feet is a truly exciting way to spend dawn, and an experience I intend to repeat.
How to follow in my wings:
Fly with Didier Hulin at ULM-Mont-Saint-Michel
Do a photo workshop in Normandy & Brittany with Tim Mannakee (or one of his other great trips)
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 24 September 2016
Part of Six Word Saturday