Sunday, June 19, 2011

Église de la Sainte-Trinité


Light from upper gallery windows illuminates the arcade

All is quiet this morning in La Trinité



bon dimanche





Église de la Sainte-Trinité
3, rue de la Trinité

17 comments:

Richard said...

Superbe perspective!
Bon dimanche, Genie!

Pierre BOYER said...

Belle journée...

Pierre

Cezar and Léia said...

Just thought the same as Richard...
God bless you!
Cezar

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful Genie. I hope you are having a wonderful Sunday, mine is nearly over here in Perth.

Jojo said...

A beautiful and quiet place for reflection. Perfect for today.

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Beautiful archways,very calming atmosphere......love the subtle greys!

Bon dimanche Genie,
Ruby

Virginia said...

Lovely shot. The light is glorious!
V

Sylvia K said...

Richard and Leia and I all feel the same way! Love your perspective and what a terrific capture, mon amie! Hope you have a wonderful evening, Genie!

Sylvia

Alexa said...

Ah, so peaceful—and beautiful. Love the light! Bon dimanche, Genie.

Starman said...

The only time I tried to enter la Trinité, it was locked!

Parisian Heart said...

So peaceful ... My first time in Paris was for a six-week summer study. I lived with a family in an apartment about a ten minute walk from here. Often, after class I would pick up a meal at a traiterie and take it less than a block away to the park in front of this lovely church. At the time, they were doing renovations inside, so scaffolding impeded some of the views. Still, it evokes such lovely memories.

Loree said...

I love the play of light and shadows.

Andrew Etchen said...

I love the lighting in this photo. and I also like how a different angle was used.

Randy said...

The perspective is great and that light really makes the photo.

Jack said...

We all take "row" shots from time to time, but this one does it better than most. Nice image, Genie.

M said...

Fantastic angle and lighting. Love this photo (loved this church!)

Joop Zand said...

Very nice picture,
the light is beautiful Genie.

Regards, Joop