«Louis» isn't complaining about your images of this beautiful bridge...
I agree with Louis!
We never did make to the Grand Palais, so we didn't get to see the Pont Alexander III covered in snow. The closest we got was riding a taxi under the pont on the way to la Tour Eiffel.
Glorious Pegasus! I wouldn't mind if you keep posting such wonders... :)God bless you!Cezar
Me, too. I could look at many. It looks like a stunning day. Of course, if it's hot, I'll just imagine a perfect Spring day rather than summer :) That's one of the magic aspects of photos. The clouds behind this monument transport one right into the scene.
@ Tapirgal - It was not hot, although we were there in late June. Actually, it was quite cool and we went about in jackets.
@ Starman - You certainly had a tough time in Paris this winter...and I thought it would be a perfect time to visit.
The absolute best time to visit Paris is Septembre to mid Octobre.
@ Starman - I think you are correct. And will keep that in mind for next time!
RYN re; le reve francais I have no plan to take down any of those posts, though I may go back once in a while to make grammatical changes. I use them to relive my times there also.
It's pretty spectacular!!! WOW!
Oh don't worry; you can share many more pictures of this beauty, really! I'd love to see them.Rajasthani Turbans
I wonder how much all that gold cost? Lovely photo, amazing subject.Cheers.Melbourne Daily Photo
Hi Jacob !! This is a fantastic shot !! Sky behind is giving Life to the photo !! Amazing as always !!
Forget the bridge......the sky looks lovely.
Hello?! Hello?!No one seems to have been home here for a week...
Wow! Excellent composition!
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