Category: Music, Paris, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: Paris, pattern, photography, photos, sky, Tour Eiffel, Travel, weekly photo challenge 2013
Every picture of this reveals something new. A magnificent structure
You are right :). I finally understood why everybody is so mesmerized with it 😉
Very creative photography . Paris and the great symbol .Jalal
🙂 Have a great weekend Jalal 🙂
Gr8 photo – creative idea for the theme – excellent captured… 🙂 😉
Did you see any tourist..? “lol lol”
Why do you think I was pointing up and not down? 😉
Weekly from Eiffel Tower …
And weekly w/ you’re eyes …
😀 True. Thank you 🙂
Come visit my blog Paula …ty
I did 🙂
Oh yes you did it … hvala Paula
😀 You are most welcome. I am very busy now, cause I was away for a week. Remind me to visit you again 😉
The eternal Diva , again…and perfect for the challenge!
Grazie Anna 🙂 Come stai?
Thank you so much 🙂
Superb angle Paula. I don’t carry a tripod, so can’t expect anything half as sharp 🙂
Thank you Madhu 🙂 It is a huge compliment. I took it from hand, the only shots done from tripod are night shots of La Tour and Notre Dame and Louvre… In this one I was dizzy and trying to escape from mad crowd underneath 😉
Wow! All the more impressive Paula! I read about hubby carrying the tripod on another comment and assumed you had used it 🙂
Nah, he would have been too cranky if he had had to carry it all the time :D.
Of course! Beautiful shot
😀 Thank you Tina 🙂
I have never been able to untangle the emotional connection to Paris and the Eiffel Tower. It is hard not to see your photo through the filter of watching the sunset from the tower in springtime…your photo is superb, it is the Eiffel Tower, and it is Paris.
Hello Charlie 🙂 Your comment tells me you were lucky enough to visit it in spring too :). Thank you for your ovations 🙂
Many thanks 🙂
Wonderful angle, Paula! Not one I’ve ever seen!
Thank you so much dear Annie 🙂
Outstanding angle and composition. Great processing too!
Aww, thank you Jeffo and for the star too 😉 🙂
Much obliged, Janet 🙂
Towering in iron over Paris. Nice photo, Paula.
😀 Thanks Marion 🙂
I was planning to post something for the WPC on Friday, but I just totally forgot about it untill I visited your blog now (Sunday).
Great pattern-photo Paula!
🙂 Thank you CG. I’ll come back to your place soon to see what you have come up with 🙂
Glorious architectural beauty.
True 🙂 Thanks Lily.
Lovely shot, Paula. 🙂
Such a dynamic set of patterns caught so well! I love the softening waft of cloud around it!
You are such a sweetheart Patti 🙂 Thank you 🙂
Beautiful photo Paula- good eye!
🙂 🙂 Thank you, dear 🙂
My great pleasure 🙂
Fantastic POV Paula 🙂
Much appreciated, Bashar 🙂 xx
Stunning impression of the beloved tower!
Wonderful! I kind of doubt I’ll ever get to see it in real life…
You’ll see many more interesting places instead then 🙂
Thank you Paula for liking my post (in a day , in a month. ) and for your beautiful comment.Wishing you the best.Jalal
You are welcome Jalal as always :). My best to you 🙂
thanks for share!
Good shade of brown applied here.
🙂 glad you like it, Allan. Thank you for taking the time to see it 🙂
Hi Paula, Great photo and interesting that while looking at it my eyes moved up. When I became aware of it, I wondered what photos do to my body when looking at them. A whole new perspective of taking in this form of art which I’d not looked at before and appreciate. It was such a novel and interesting perspective, your photo. Thank you. Paulette
Hey Paulette.. it was so flattering to read your comment 🙂 Btw, I love your name 😉 🙂
Like yours also, lol. 😉
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