Monday, January 26, 2015

Rue des Petits Pères


Rue des Petits Pères


Just opposite the Basilique Notre Dame des Victoires 
this morning view is filled with the winter blue skies of January 
as light and shadows bounce around the buildings.


This building on the "pie-slice corner" is the other side of the building 
on Rue de Feuillade posted last week.



2, rue des Petits Pères
75002, Paris

10 comments:

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie,

The pale blue of winter skies and the golden glow of low light are partnered here delightfully and captured perfectly by you! In cities one tends to always be looking down but, to look up is often a greater delight!

Revrunner said...

And an experimental laser beam being shot from the secret upper-story laboratory. :-)

martinealison said...

Bonjour chère Génie,

J'aime les façades des maisons parisiennes... Tous ces immeubles haussmanniens me plaisent beaucoup et ils deviennent encore plus séduisants lorsque le soleil vient jouer à cache-cache...
Belle photo.

Gros bisous ♡

retriever said...

Magnifique architecture , belle photo, bonjour belge.

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William Kendall said...

Interesting shapes in the architecture, and in such gorgeous light, too!

Harriet said...

I love how you captured the light on the buildings. And that perfectly horizontal contrail -- how often does that happen??? No better place than Paris for beautiful architecture!

Alexa said...

Love the light in winter—captured so beautifully here!

Randy said...

Nice light.

Jeanie said...

I love rooftops. These are beautiful -- great light!

Jack said...

The decoration on these Parisian buildings is absolutely delicious!