Category: Favourites, Paris, Thursday's Special Tagged: mini world, miniature, Paris, Thursday's Special
This is terrific Paula!
Hehe, I am happy to hear you like it Kathryn.
I agree. Very well done!
My wife would want Paris in the palm of her hand.
I have never been but I am really looking forward to it one day. Paula made it seem surreal ! (Which I guess it can be )
Of course it can be 😀 🙂 You should go Kathryn 🙂
I plan on it Paula hopefully sooner than later. Is the tower really SO BIG or is it the perspective in your photo?
Hi Kathryn. It is BIG- you can see it better in the other link that you have already checked out 😉
I want to see it but I loved your photos!
Thank you 🙂
hehe I know 🙂 Thanks, Allan 🙂
Thank you, Lisa 🙂 It felt good to try something new 😀
This is something innovative…. I liked the concept… keeping the Eiffel tower in composition but blurring it …. 🙂
🙂 Thank you so much Sreejith. I confide in your photographci eye 🙂
Good morning to you Paula and what a great surprise to wake up to a fake miniature Paris! The photo you based it on is very nice, but I must admit that I prefer this one. I think that you master this technique perfectly and the result really makes it look like it’s a miniature version of this large city.
Good morning Cardinal :D. Isn’t it lovely to read you first thing in the morning 🙂 I appreciate your flattering comment, as I know you are the man of truth :D. This was my 3rd try only – they all happened within two hours when I decided to try something new. Have a great Thursday and once again thank you so much for the stunning Jerusalem gallery 🙂
It’s great that you tried a new technique, it’s always fun to play around with photos and learn new stuff (I know, I’m a geek). 🙂
I have never thought of you as a geek, nor as a hippie either 😀 Thank you for all the nice words and encouragement.
😀 I’m glad I’m not a hippie geek!
😆 it would be fun to see a character like that
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Very very creative – it’s a shame that some words are always perceived negatively – faking isn’t always negative… “lol lol” 😎
Nope, not always – there is a saying I am fond of: “Fake it till you make it” :D. I am sure I’ve heard of it 🙂 Thank you for your timely submission Drake. I always appreciate it. Going over there to see what you have for us 🙂
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Unbelievable… I was just googling Niedzica as it will be an hour drive from where I booked summer holiday and I completely forgot you were there just weeks ago 😀 and there you are coming bringing Niedzica to me 😀 🙂 I am happy Jo. xx
What! I just came here to share the link http://restlessjo.wordpress.com/2014/05/29/niedzica-a-castle-and-a-legend/
and was admiring your skills with the photo editing. No idea how you do it! But I’m glad you’re happy 🙂
Dear Jo, I was amazed with my newly discovered talent too ;). Seriously, not often do I do something that I am satisfied with, and here I felt pretty cool about myself. I found a tutorial online how to use gradual blurring to create this fake model effect. It is a whole new world out there and I am about to discover it 🙂 Your entry is such a wonderful surprise – still reading about haunted castle 😀
Hi Paula, very well executed and like Sreejith said, love that you put the focus on the houses in front and not the Eiffel tower!
Have a great day, greetings, Ron.
Many thanks dear Ron. I always appreciate your honest opinion. Have a great day and lots of fun in KL 🙂
Always a pleasure 😉
You enjoy your city too!
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Wonderful! I do so love Paris. Here is my special for the week, from another beautiful city: http://travelwithintent.com/2014/05/29/no-big-ships-no-grandi-navi/
Thank you kindly Deb. I can’t agree more- those huge cruise ships should be banned from highly touristic places. Venice is sinking as it is. They don’t need these monsters around.
wonderful – 🙂
🙂 Much appreciated Yvette 🙂
Very creative 🙂
Thanks a bunch Alex 🙂
Paula this is definitely a different Paris than in the original… I like the original but do like that you tried something new… without such trials we would never learn… I love it..
So lovely to hear you liked my experiment Rob 🙂
Thanks for your magic, Paula!
🙂 Grazie a te per tutto, Anna. Baci…
I know I would have fun playing with a miniature Paris town like that Paula. 😀
Great shot and edit hon. ♥ Hugs ♥
Cheers Sophia 🙂 *hugs*
Stumbled (not) into your blog via someone else’s – I like the theme, and I happen to have the theme this week: Little Pretties. Am I leaving my link here? http://jeannettestgermain.wordpress.com If I’m supposed to add something, just let me know:)
Thank you very much for your submission Jeannette. Welcome aboard!
love the editing you’ve done on that picture! it’s just fabulous and looks so real!
Welcome to my mini world Juls 🙂
Clever…and very original! Somehow song “The palm sized spring” by Brainstorm came to my mind and turned into humming… 🙂
Escoutas a musica tambem?
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Estou a ouvir agora… muito bom! 😀 Relaxante!
Hi Paula! Stunning shots of Paris. 🙂 Relived our 2010 memories.
This is nice to hear 🙂
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