Beautiful and so interesting and just what I would expect in Paris! Terrific B&W capture, Genie! I do hope your week is going well! Enjoy! Hugs,Sylvia
So much columns, like to warn us: beyond this door you'll be back to the noisy reality..
They look like sentries. And very atmospheric in the B&W. Beautiful, Genie.
I'm impressed by these columns!I also like your choice for b&w!bisousLéia
des colonnes bien mis en valeur quel beau noir et blanc
What a fascinating place.
Good BW, shadows.
This works so well in B&W Genie and btw, good luck with the 'grumpy chops' I'm going to incorporate not only this week but always 'squenching up my nose' along with the 'nonchalant shrug' it should work well, either that or I'll look like a complete twit haha!!
I love doorways and gates...what a fabulous prelude to the exit door!
Pretty, even a bit majestic looking.
oooh, it looks a little spooky! Beautiful picture. x
Makes a great graphic shot, especially in b&w! This is the exit by the Grand Véfour, oui?
Love the B&W for this architectural masterpiece!
Love the B&W, and think that I see the "l'homme en noir" there in the corner lurking about!
J'adore Genie. Beautiful.V
There is so much to see in this sequestered garden that goes far beyond the Buren columns. Alexa, these are at the opposite end from Grand Véfour at the northeast corner and there is a narrow passageway to the street beyond. We walked through Palais Royal many times during our recent stay as our apartment was only 2 minutes walk from this spot.It has, like so much of Paris, a different personality for each season and for each time of day, enhanced by the solitude of its emptiness or the liveliness of people enjoying all that it has to give.Bises,Genie
Almost everything has been said -- except, the diagonals add a lot to the image-- wonderful capture.
Ah Palais Royal ma deuxième maison loin de chez moi.
Location of the climactic scene in Charade with Audrey Hepburn and Carey Grant...
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