Intéressant ce reflet et le contraste entre les deux architectures...Bonne journée,Pierre
Very cool...(je prefere le vieux alors!)Pardon my French :)A beautiful day to you, Genie!- Irina
It's like if the new architecture wanted to pay a tribute to the old one! Great shot!Bon week-end!
i like this kind of photo which mixs old and young buildings
They are both beautiful in their own way Genie - The new has the straight clean lines - the old that wonderful sense of history and romantic style.
Hello GenieI love the image of the two and the contrast most interestingHelenxx
I agree with Malyss. It appears the new is giving tribute to the old.Sam
Great pic, I love reflections.
Tu as eu une idée fantastique.Bon fin de semaine et prends bien des photos.Bises.
I agree with Malyss -- the new paying tribute to the old! Terrific capture as always, Genie! Have a lovely evening and a wonderful weekend, mon amie!HugsSylvia
You don't miss a trick, Genie!Moi, je préfère l'ancien. Toi aussi, n'est-ce pas?
An interesting view.
Moi, je prefere les deux, l'ancien et la moderne. Toutes ensembles.What a brava idee to take a photo and return with a copy for the subject of the picture. Such a thoughtful gift! I've done this before and it is always so welcome. Then later to return and find it hanging on the wall as a badge of honor is priceless.And the angels all over and up above is a wonderful way to see Paris...avec les macarons aussi. I'm enjoying your blog Genie.
Although I'm a fan of "The Old", I love the composition of this shot. Warm wishes.
This is excellent, Genie. I have a modern/traditional reflection shot lined up, but it keeps getting bounced for a more current reflection shot.
Its like looking out of a new window world into an old one. It seems strange.Kris
Future past well captured.
Kind of like when I look in the mirror except I can't the new look back! Still old ha ha.
I have taken some very similar photos in Germany, I find it fascinating:)
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