23 December 2007
I've just returned from a trip to Paris visiting friends, where I had an opportunity to play tourist and 'do' the Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Arc de Triomphe.
On my city walks, I also came across a shop that sold shop dummies, a plastic waiter wearing a feather boa, and a war monument shaped like a country into which someone had drilled an eye hole so it looked like a bunny rabbit. You can view my Paris photographs here. The light was fantastic: the sky was blue and the sunshine was crisp, although it faded early.
Here's one of my favourites - a photo of a saxophonist busking, which was taken from a balcony on the Pompidou Centre.
I enjoyed those photos very much - especially the one looking up inside the Eiffel Tower and the one of the rivets. Architectural photos are my favourite kind.
Thank you. I was keen to get some alternative takes on the Eiffel Tower and was lucky that the light was so good that day. I had a lot of fun taking them.Post a Comment
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