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The view towards the Invalides from the Rue Lepic in Montmartre; Montparnasse in the far background.
You can see the dome of the Invalides from the outside and the Paris Dōme de pollution from the inside.
An interesting shot. Sue
That's an atmospheric 'wow' for me, Bill. Besutiful image.
The old and the new Bill, excellent rooftop composition, with atmosphere,
This really is special.
Excellent. Great contrasts.
Cracking shot Bill, great composition, well seen and captured.
Quite a difference in the light from the old paintings, pollution in the inner cities is still bad in some countries.
Lovely capture Bill - from a very high pov.
This is a beautiful piece of Artistic Ptotography Bill . Great composition.
This has to be one of my favourites of yours Bill - perfect composition full of atmosphere and so Parisian! I really do love it
A long way to go to see a builder,especially as you have them on your doorstep now Bill !!
And I may be wrong, but I suspect your doorstep scenery will not be quite as grand as the view here.
And I may be wrong again,but I doubt your Parisian builder will be called Bob !!
A fine shot.
Excellent comp and superb viewpoint.
I've looked closely but it doesn't look as if Parisiennes suffer from builder's bum. Nice.
Looks very high, very precarious & very scary. Rather him than me.
The muted colours work well with the scene, & give it a certain old world quality. I think it would also work in mono, possibly sepia, but I think I prefer it as it is. Somehow this works better for me.
like it Bill loads to take in
It has the lot this one Bill. Super capture.
The view of the beautiful dome is wonderful. Looks like glistening gold. Great to see the man in this, gives me the feel that the man is building this city, busy at it.............Sandy
The thing that always amazes me about French architecture is how three-quarters of their buildings are still standing. It has been a while since I last crossed La Manche (or is it Le Manche - or is that a race track?) but I seem to remember dwellings seemingly held together by peeling Dubonnet and Gitanes stickers, not to mention Choky Coffee and Miko ice cream. I know you are not a Dr. Who fan, but should you ever see an episode entitled 'Vincent and the Doctor' (in which he visits Van Gogh) he returns to his carelessly-parked Tardis to find it smothered in stickers. How very French.
Well-crafted & artistic, atmospheric architectural cityscape image rendering, Bill. Good show.
Superb atmospheric shot Bill, and my fav area of Paris..
A great cityscape, Bill...rather him than me up on that scaffolding!
Wonderfully seen and taken.
This is excellent Bill, very well seen. The builder at his work just like all those others in the mists of time that created the metropolis around him. An excellent viewpoint and perspective.
One of my favs of yours!
wonderful...love this shot!
Lots to view and intresting, well done Bill
An artistic capture Bill
I like the smoggy looking BG Bill, gives a good feel to this one.
A great POV
love this wonderful andveryatmospheric photography
have my UA
An airy working place and a great pov for the photographer.
Great atmosphere which you captured so well, clear fg and nice mist above the town,
A superbly composed scene Bill, in answer to your question Mick, he'd probably be called Robert Le Macon or Robert Le constructeur
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