Genie, simply stunning x
J'apprécie beaucoup le parallèle naturel entre la croix incrustée et celle qui se dessine en ombre.Photo très intéressante.Bon week-end, Genie!
All fairly grave shadows, so to speak.Very wintry, bleak, cold-looking. The kind of day you want to pull your overcoat tight around you, as the wind pierces right through the cloth.
Bonjour Genie ~ this is a different looking Pere Laschaise to my visit, but beautiful in another way ~ you have caught the shadows perfectly. xx"All Things French"
Quand l'ombre rencontre l'état existant...Bisous
Such an evoking image...God bless you!Cezar
Interesting shapes Genie,the contrast of the spidery branches and solid tomb structures make a really strong composition.Best Wishes!
I love shadows. You have captured something very special!
Wonderful evocative image this morning.
Gorgeous picture! How I love walking through Pere Lachaise among those tombs and trees!
Oh that cross on the wall is wonderful. What a beautiful day you had. When I went it was cold and wet. Not a shadow in sight.Hope you got home safely last night!V
Hi Genie, Like the others I love the shadows and also the creepy branches above....
Luckily, you had a bright blue sky! The same picture with grey clouds or in B&W would have a very gothic mood!The shadow of the cross is telling a lot..
I like this one. Very simple, but effective. I have never been to Pere Lachaise. It needs a higher spot on the bucket list.
have a nice weekend my dear, big hugh Kathrin
Quelles belles ombres, Genie. PL may be even more photogenic in winter, with bare branches.Jack -- this place is on my "post-bucket list"—that is, my kids will bring my ashes to Paris and scatter them here (among some other fave spots).
Great shot! I love the way you captured the cross.
Fantastic capture, Genie! I really like the way the cross motif repeats from the cut out window and then the shadow. Looks like you had a perfect day for this photo shoot! Glad the spooky branches didn't grab you!
Sunshine! In Paris! Great!
Wow, what a shot!
Ah Pere Lachaise.On a trip with our teenagers..each person was allowed to select a sightseeing destination. My daughter wanted to see Morrison's grave. My husband grumbled the whole way..and then was intriqued by the place. You have jogged my memory. Great shot!
Great mood setting photo.
Suzi -- Merci, mon amie!Richard -- Merci, mon ami and j'apprécie bien tes commentaires et tes observations.Miss Sadie -- Haha, tu est marrante! It was a bright cold that day and yes, we were wearing scarves and gloves... Merci, mon amieDianne -- PL has a different look in other seasons, but as you noted, all beautiful... merci!martine -- Merci, mon amie..Cezar -- Always nice to see you on the weekends, my friend... hope yours (and Léia's) is wonderful!Forest Dream Weaver -- Merci, I am so glad that you like them, my friend.Nina -- Merci!Birdman -- Thank you... have a great weekend!Aesthetic Alteration -- I do also and it does not matter the season...Virginia -- Merci... home tonight, finallyGringo -- Agreed, the branches are in keeping with the sceneMalyss -- Well, I have many with that "goth" mood due to dreary skies... Merci!Jack -- Yes, you definitely need to go therekathrin -- a nice weekend wish for you too, my friend!Alexa -- Love the bare branches with bright sun (blue skies)... I was fortunate to get several shadow shotsJacqueline -- Thank you... I like the cross shadow tooMarie -- Merci, I thought that the tomb provided a great backdrop for the shadowStarman -- Catch it when it's there!Rob and Mandy -- Merci, mes amis!Janey -- I like that story and glad to bring back a good memory for you... Merci!rosaria -- Thank you and thanks for your comment
What a glorious tree. I love how it's stretching toward heaven.
The cemetery is a sign of death. The sunrising in the east is a sign of new life. The tree in the background looks like a deer with magnificent antlers and it is looking up to heaven. Another picture well lit. You're good.
What amazing shadows you found there!
Harriet -- It is even better with its full plumage but it worked for this setting... I'll look for it again when I returnBill -- You are wonderful... I can tell that when I am stumped for a way to express what I am seeing that I should give you a call... Merci, my friend!Randy -- Merci, and some days in Paris you find none but in their place a misty atmosphere... have a good week!
A perfectly cast shadow...
Love that creepy feeling given by the tree. The shadows are fantastic.
Love this! Especially the shadow of the cross next to the column with the cross...wonderful shadows!!!
Nathalie -- Merci, mon amie!JM -- The tree is a bit mysterious... Merci!Chieftess -- Thank you, K... I took it as a tender sign for the day... glad that you like it as it is quite special to me
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Your photos are so amazing - do you sell them??Cindy in Texas, soon to visit Paris:)
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