Though we travel the world to find the beautiful we must carry it with us or we find it not Ralph Waldo Emerson
Though we travel the world to find the beautiful
we must carry it with us or we find it not
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Dear Dianne, you got a brilliant composition here, this picture is wonderful!Well done!Léia
Having never been to Paris, I had no idea the Eiffel Tower was this huge! I've only seen the image in its entirety, but when seen like this, it really depicts it's true size! Great composition!
La grisaille, la grisaille, la grisaille... This is Paris in February, all right. :-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
To me, there is no more beautiful, awesome sight than the Eiffel Tower and it is one my most favorite memories of my time in Paris! And this is one AWESOME capture, Dianne!! Breathtaking!! Thanks for sharing!!
Great photo! Beautiful!
Great photo of Paris!Thank you for it and have a nice weekend!
Beautiful picture! I wish I 'll be there soon again.
She is always a beautiful lady. I love to see her when the top half is shrouded in misty clouds.Bises,Genie
You must have taken that from some height! Great angle:) We went here so hubby and son could climb (and say they did it:) ), but his sister and I stayed down with the backpacks, and hiding my cookies when a gypsy woman started taking them (without me offering them!)
Hard to belief that once people found the Eiffel Tower a monstrosity. I especially like the angle from whcih you took the shot. As it so happens my girlfriend an I were in Paris, last december. A few of the pictures we took there are in my previous Skywatch blogpost...Feel free to come by! ;-)Terrence looks at the sky
What a wonderful shot. I've never see the Eiffel Tower in person or at this angle in photos. Some day I hope too.
I just became a follower. I haven't ever seen that the cars don't actually go straight though under the tower. Instead a road on one side and a road on the other side. This angle that you took the photograph in is eye opening to say the least. Thank you for the Skywatch Friday post. It was enlightening.JM IllinoisU.S.A.
La Tour Eiffel...always a good subject! My post
This is too good!
Such a great perspective for shooting the ET. I agree with your thoughts on returning to favorite travel places when the photos start running low. Have actually been thinking of sharing some of my France photos, especially Paris scenes. too. Love your header--reminds me of the flower shop saw in Paris.
Lovely capture. Happy sky watching.My sky.
beautiful photo... I know my daughter is excited to see the tower with her own eyes when she travels to Paris in April on a school trip:-)
Hi Dianne,Love your photo ... Paris and the Eiffel tower look magnificent even if the skies are misty or rainy.Happy SundayhugsCarolyn
Beautiful picture - thanks for sharing it - your blog looks very interesting.
I love seeing a section of the Eiffel Tower and the contrast to the city behind it. Hope you'll play along with my Dreaming of France meme on Monday. Here’s my Dreaming of France meme
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