Thursday, October 1, 2009

Many different views of Paris's most famous resident ...

So the question is ... how does one (one being me ... how british was that) photograph a monument that has been photographed millions of times over in a way that's a little different. & here are my attempts! Enjoy & be sure to let me know what you think.





12 comments:

  1. those are gorgeous. I love the cloudy skies with the Eiffel Tower. Usually I see sunny vistas...its a nice and refreshing change.

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  2. the top two are my favourite's too ... the colouring, the feel & the views are different to the more classic feel of images like my bottom one.

    thanks for commenting.

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  3. Really nice...Laura!!!! I enjoy your blog so much!
    Robin

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  4. Beautiful!! And very unique. Makes me want to buy my ticket right now. I loved Paris and so badly need to go back!

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  5. Spectacular! Love the first shot especially.

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  6. Great pictures Laura! Are you going to list them?

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  7. yes but i haven't decided which. any suggestions?

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  8. I think your photos are amazing and you've captured the tower beautifully!

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  9. nice shots! One of these days I'll get over to europe. Would love to shoot the old cathedrals!

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  10. Oh wow, they're all great!! I think my favorite is the one before last. I'm a sucker for the un-obvious ;)
    xo

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  11. Absolutely wonderful photos. I love the first and the last. They are all unique.
    Xo,
    Tammy

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  12. The first is my favorite, but the last one is excellent as well. Where did you shoot the first one from? I love the angle.

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