Sunday, May 17, 2015

Cathédral Saint-Alexandre-Nevsky

Saint Alexandre Nevsky Cathedral

This Russian Orthodox cathedral, built in 1861, was
the first Russian Orthodox place of worship in France.

This shot was captured in reflection

bon dimanche

Cathédral Saint-Alexandre-Nevsky
12, rue Daru
75008 Paris
Métro Ternes ou Métro Courcelles


Randy said...

Nice reflection.

Revrunner said...

Fascinating to think about the journey that brought it to that place.

sawdustagain said...

My car's windows are never that clean. Nice multi-dimensional shot.

Harriet said...

Neat shot!

William Kendall said...

A beautiful church. Of course the movie and the Prokofiev score also come to mind when thinking of the historical figure.

Joe said...

It looks quite mystical displayed in reflection like this Genie.