Tuesday, September 24, 2013

L'architecture de Paris



Rue Mademoiselle


but the beautiful stone work 
and graceful balconies of this early 20th century building 
are worth a second look


...with a different viewpoint





76-78, rue Mademoiselle
75015, Paris
Métros Vaugirard et Volontaires

14 comments:

Jack said...

It pays to look up, doesn't it? Nice.

Randy said...

Looks like a beautiful place.

martinealison said...

Je suis toujours fascinée par le très beau travail architectural de cette époque...
Gros bisous et merci pour cette belle photo ma chère Génie.

Vreni said...

I love the Parisian facades!!!

Alain said...

C'est parfois même un peu monotone.

Cezar and Léia said...

I love the angle in this image, so beautiful balcony!
Léia

Joe said...

Hi Genie. Wonderful architecture. Paris is such an artistic city. Thanks for dropping in to my blog while I have been so quiet. Mrs J & I have been abroad. We had our trusty Nikon in hand and we plan to take a temporary departure from our daily Melbourne photo and relive our holiday with posts from Marrakech, Malta. Athens and Santorini. Quite excited. Ciao J.

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger (大哥) said...

A very nice viewpoint at that!

Duncan In Kuantan

Andy said...

Great shot! It gave me the feeling that I was really straining my neck to look straight up.

M said...

Always look up! Love your angle ... Kees me from straining my neck!

JoeinVegas said...

With those guys looking down on you

Alexa said...

Oh, nicely done! Your eye is spot on, as always, Genie.

Cath.H.C Photography said...

Très belle photo Genie, j'aime beaucoup ce plan!

Jeanne said...

I love this shot!!