This is my entry for A Word a Week Challenge.
Category: Paris, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge Tagged: A Word A Week Photo Challenge, metallic, Paris, photography, photos
Astonishing pictures. Jalal
Thank you Jalal
Superb collection of” metallic” items….
….and splendid Morricone music!
Thank you Anna 🙂 Now you have a cute little yellow emoticon as your gravatar picture. What is it?
The music is fitting, as always. The image in the upper center is more of a stand alone in my mind. Not critiquing your decision, but there is something special about that one. And the music suits it best as well.
Great work here. Always like what I see on your pages.
I appreciate this Dinkerson 🙂 Don’t worry :D. I think you may be right 🙂
Striking photos Paula. I especially like that dramatic sky. Nice.
Much obliged, Nancy 🙂 The Parisian sky was particularly generous the week of my visit 🙂
Very dramatic Paula!
It lacks some of the drama from your marsh though 😀
Nice grouping of the shots.
Thank you Tom. It’s nice to see you here 🙂
Awesome shots! Well done, Paula!
🙂 Thank you sweetie 🙂 How is your jet lag?
Thank you so much for asking, Dear Paula! I had lots of sleep during the weekend. Then, my body got confused again last night 😕 It’ll get better… Hope your weekend went well.
I am fine Sweetie 🙂 Thank you, hope tonight you will catch on your biorythm 🙂
Eventually… 😉 Thank you, my friend! Hope you enjoy summer so far 🙂
Like the last one of the sculpture on the bridge.
Bridge Alexandar III in Paris 🙂 the flashiest of all 😀
Nice detail work.
Thank you Allan 🙂
Great photos as usual Paula. The rail lines and the bronze with the gold headpiece are particular favorites.
Thank you Jeffo 🙂
Stunning set Paula! The institute Arab Monde looks different somehow. I plan to return for a leisurely visit since I didn’t have enough time to really study the architecture last time.
Hello Madhu, I am afraid I did not go in.. too little time and too many wishes, and the weather was so nice 🙂 Your kind comment is greatly appreciated 🙂
I love this combination of your pictures, dear Paula. A great collage 🙂
Thank you for sharing.
With a big hug
Klausbernd from the sunny coast of North Norfolk
Awww, and where is my hug from Siri and Selma 😉 😀
Oh dear, dear Paula,
Siri and Selma are not here. They flew a week ago to Dina in the Rhineland. But I am very sure they will not only HUG you but send lovely fairy-dust to you as well.
Well, I am waiting that they are coming back with Dina – it`s in a fortnights time.
Love & Hugs
I agree with Klaus a great collection 🙂
Thanks Sue 🙂
Wow! Great shots of Paris!!!
Gorgeous imagery 🙂
Glad you like them Bashar 🙂
Obrigada Nuno 🙂
De nada. 😀
Paula your are Great …
Really adore the photo of the winged horse, amazing… 😉
Really? That’s my least favourite one:D. I like the railway 🙂
I like the combination of the blue sky, white clouds and the Goldie Hawn eh sorry Horse… ‘big smile’
😀 Where did you dig Goldie Hawn up? 😀 As for the pic, I can do better, I will do better next time 🙂 Thank you .xx
Thank you very much 🙂
Gorgeous metallic gallery, Paula. I love the Montparnasse view, and your music is really exciting. xx
🙂 I appreciate this Sylvia 🙂 You always come bringing smiles 🙂 🙂 xx
Stunning Paula! XXX
🙂 Thank you Anne 🙂 xx
Quite a few elements covered here in these great shots Paula!
That was my idea 🙂 Cheers Patti 🙂
and you crowned them all with gold!
😀 and that’s why I put the track the ecstasy of gold above 🙂 You are a sunshine, Patti 🙂
This is such a dramatic collection of metallic Paris, love them all, but that cheeky crowned face is a really nice touch 🙂
🙂 Thank you so much Seonaid 🙂
It’s so much fun visiting your blog and listen to the lovely music while looking at your stunning photo’s Paula. I am Jo forever grateful for sending you my way. Thanks for sharing hon. An excellent entry as usual. I love the winged horse. 😀 *hugs*
Un bon petit portfolio varié. 🙂
La vue de la gare est ma preferee 🙂
Tu as pris la photo d’un hélicoptère ? 😮 😀
de haut de la tour Montparnasse… la en haut j’ai rencontre un homme completement aveugle – imagine ca, et il a visite – c’est la volonte pour vivre….
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