It's like an eye looking towards the sky! Wonderful picture!
Just picture perfect ~ sous le ciel de paris ~"All Things french"
Before it all scrolled in, I thought it was the Musee d'Orsay clock.I like this 'wheel'.
Très beau cliché, et excellents contrastes.Bravo!
Genie, sweetie...I was just comment in the previous post about Daniel Buren and your magnificent shot!And then...this one, very creative and wow "my kind of angle"!THIS IS BEAUTIFUL! I love it!I'm sure I have much to learn with your creative ideas and pictures!bisousLéia
This is a fantastic shot!
Oh I just have to add, I really really enjoy your blog dear Genie. I get to see parts of Paris I have not yet seen and I am such a friend of details, like you. You see the most wonderful small details and you share them with us. Thank you. Bisous, Nina
A circle is a perfect shape for an outstanding photo.
That's an amazing picture, Genie. In some ways it's like the circular staircase of a while ago. Makes my head go around and around.
"Mr. Blue Sky", "Up, Up and Away", "Fly Me to the Moon" ... all these melodies and more are flitting through my head as I gaze upon this wonderful photo. Putting this gallerie on my list!
A beautiful way to let the sun shine in........I love the way things 'line up' in this photo.
My third book is about goddesses! I have to see this place!
Have I ever looked up and seen this??? I will next time!
A great photo. Im just glad I dont have to wash those glass panes.
That's another gorgeos photo Genie.
A giant alien ship landing in Paris.
Love the blue of the sky with the hint of reflections...
More proof that it always pays to look up in Paris. I think I'd be willing to pay more just to shop here than get a bargain in a strip mall (maybe).
Wow that is so cool! I love the ceiling and the reflections.
Wonderful, Genie. This morning I finished the fourth of four lectures on the creation of Paris, 1600 - 1900. I enjoyed it, but I am not entertaining any questions about what I remember!
Malyss -- I think that you always have to look up in Paris or you might miss somethingDianne -- Merci, le sighBibi -- It does have that same look with the expanse of blue beyond the frameRichard -- Merci, mon amiLeia -- You are too kind, my dear, with your praise... I learn much from the photos of others like you -- bon weekendNina -- Merci, and I try to capture both details and broad sweeping photos... some days I am all about the details, thoughMarie -- Yes, put this gallerie on your list as it is exquisite and there is a great spot for a dejeuner and tea.Kate -- Huge circles like this are a treat to find, particularly with the blue skiesMiss Sadie -- You are right... it does remind me of the "Chambered Nautilus staircase"Harriet -- It almost looks like it is movingSamantha -- Yes, you really must and I have a whole list of "godesses" that can be found in the architecture of ParisVirginia -- Hope that we can go togetherRob -- MerciSteven -- Moi aussi!!Loree -- Merci, mon amie, et bon weekend!Starman -- I certainly hope not but it does look a bit like a flying saucerChieftess -- Reflections always add interest to a photo, merci!Alexa -- A spot of tea there and an afternoon of watching people would be fun tooJames -- Merci, mon amiJack -- I am counting on you to know all of the history so study well!
How lovely it must be to have a window that allows you to spy on the people in Galerie Vivienne :)
What an absolutely perfect photo! Very beautiful!
Cynthia -- Ah, yes to be a voyeur in Paris!Wil -- Merci, mon ami!Tiago -- Thanks for visiting my site!
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