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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 9:05AM
A superb aerial/high point of view image John, where is it?

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin

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kaybee 13 5.7k 25 Scotland
19 Jul 2014 9:26AM
It's busy down there
Alison_S Plus
12 339 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 10:49AM
Fascinating to look all the detail!!
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 11:40AM
Amazing view point...
Excellent image...
19 Jul 2014 3:29PM
Wonderfully dramatic shot and the composition is perfect. If I look at it for long enough I start getting vertigo. I hope if you have any more like this you'll scan then without delay.
dudler Plus
14 690 1316 England
19 Jul 2014 5:43PM
Looking at the surrounding shots, this was shot from the Eiffel Tower. No idea at all whether it woudl be possible to take it now, as I haven't been there for 42 years.

Which gives me pause for thought - especially as Mrs Dudler wants to go.
pamelajean Plus
12 1.1k 2007 United Kingdom
19 Jul 2014 10:57PM
A truly fascinating shot, John.
I've done a mod to straighten it and add a bit more contrast.
The trouble is that the rows of parked cars give the impression of it still not being straightTongue.
dudler Plus
14 690 1316 England
20 Jul 2014 9:07AM
Eet ees Paris, Pamela! Why should anything be straight? (Except, of course, for the Napoleonic streets!)

As you'll appreciate, lateral movement was a bit restricted. I suspect that I shot this from where there was a clear view, and a lack of people. I'm pretty sure that, even at 18, I would have tried to get a straight-on view of a subject like this.

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