Sunday, December 2, 2012

Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul de Paris III


Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul de Paris


One could spend many hours observing the beauty of this church: 
The imagery, the architecture, the repeating patterns, 
the organs, the artwork...


I wonder just how many angels and cherubs there might be. 



bon dimanche


Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul de Paris
Place Franz-Liszt
75010, Paris
Métro Poissonnière

18 comments:

Jack said...

Oh, my, Genie. This is superb. A glorious church, gloriously captured.

Sylvia K said...

I can only repeat what Jack has written, Genie! It is an awesome place and so is your capture! Superb! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!

Kristie Franklin said...

Beautiful! Great angle...so much to look at. :)

Randy said...

That is so beautiful. Amazing photograph.

Andy said...

Nice low light photography!

M said...

Fantastic angle!! All the golden tones are so dramatic!

Eugenia Robinson said...

Your capture here is glorious just like the church. So much to look at and study. How did the carvers and builders do it? The thought of it is mind boggling. the other genie

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Wow,this is beautifully extravagant.....I love the way you've captured the height and the golden light!

Bon dimanche Genie,
Ruby

brattcat said...

how many angels? certainly more than can fit on the head of a pin.

WeekendAbstrait said...

J'aime vraiment beaucoup cette église!
Bon diamanche Genie !
cath

Alexa said...

Wow—gorgeous composition! Bon dimanche, ma chère.

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

Love the splendour of this image. ....yet another place I 'must see" in Paris. Bisous

Mary said...

Divine! Beautiful. I wonder how many angels? I would love to spend a few hours in here trying to figure that out. What a magnificent church. :)

louciao said...

Lavish!

Starman said...

One of the many Paris churches to which I've never been. Very pretty!

Mumbles said...

Absolutely lovely! I spent three weeks in Paris and Frankfurt--three of the worst weeks of my life in the most amazing places! It is my dream to go back under happier circumstances with the people I love. Your blog really sharpens that want. I'm enjoying!

Kris

Zandarmid Photography said...

What a gorgeous shot. A beautiful place, beautifully captured!

Louise said...

Oh my, that is stunning, glorious photo Genie. Thank you.