Again with the synergy - Virg posted Palais Royale today too - are you Alabamites in cahoots?
Buongiorno Genie, this is for me a interesting and original shot!
I love the way the water's dancing!
Mad -- No, it was just mental (key word here) telepathy.Sciarada -- Grazie! Mi piace la tua foto di Matisse. Beautiful cat!Shell -- Too bad that I couldn't clean up the smudges on the balls -- Merci!
That is so fabulous! Isn't it great that art like this is out there for all to enjoy? XX!
Here we go again! Great minds I always say! :) Love the water that you caught. Great shot.V
Oh, Genie, what a great shot! You really captured the water in motion. I loved this fountain and found the few balls that moved when they filled absolutely fascinating.
Beautifully composed, Genie! When I first saw this fountain, I actually didn't like it. I've since totally changed my mind, but, as you say, they should keep it polished.
Great composition, Genie! At first I thought this was one of the Anish Kapoor's amazing works, but it's fantastic too.
Shari -- With this one you have to hang around long enough to watch the movement. Merci!Virginia -- We were not even there at the same time -- well, not this June, but perhaps in 2008... Were you that crazy one who....? (jk)M -- Thanks! In most of the shots I can see one or both of us or those infernal orange cones or yellow tape... grrrrrAlexa -- Every time I see it there are obstructions which keep you from getting a photo from certain angles. It really is a neat fountain.JM -- Anish Kapoor is an amazing artist/architect/engineer... I would love to see one of his installations similar to this fountain (like "the world upside down") but I can not remember where it is.
Yours is the first picture of these that actually looks like it might be a fountain. We go to Barcelona on 3 Septembre.
I like this shot Genie! Love the motion of the water...
Starman -- Thanks! Will you be in Madrid, Seville or Cordoba?KW -- Yes, I love the motion too and could watch this fountain for a long period of time. Because there was much construction in this area (en juin) it was not conducive to just hanging out.
I love reflections and I love Paris so this is my kind of photo!
James -- You and I think alike. I have traveled a lot but Paris is my favorite city. Merci!Oh, and I think that this is a "reflection day" for some bloggers.
I love your airplane hat story Genie!Thanks for stopping bymercicarolg
At first sight they look like giant screws. Beautiful photo.
Randy -- I think you are right about the screws. Merci beaucoup!
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