Thursday, May 6, 2010

Notre Dame - a typical scene

9 comments:

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Hi Jacob !!This is a beautiful and fantastic shot !!Looks like a mystrey shot !!Great Post !!

Virginia said...

You can't stir the tourist with a stick most of the time at ND!
V

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Magnificent archways!

Trillian said...

Yes, a typical scene day and night! Nice shot!

JM said...

Always crowded! :-)

Cezar and Léia said...

Typical indeed, with all these people!
God bless you!
And Paris!
Cezar

Starman said...

I'm not sure how we do it, but we've never seen that many people at Notre Dame when I've passed by.

Radka said...

On the blog you have amazing photos. I like to photograph his son Matěj. Have a nice day Radka.

jeannette said...

Saw you on another blog...Maybe I scrolled not down enough to see the the famous rosette window of the Notre Dame:)
Next time when you go to Paris, visit Saint Germain, one of the suburbs on the end when you with the metro.
There is a magnificent castle, which now serves as a Museum of Antiquities. If you like Picasso, Picasso has a smaller museum in Paris, Musee de Picasso.