Friday, October 1, 2010

Notre Dame ... through the trees...

12 comments:

Dirty Girl Gardening said...

This is gorgeous!

JM said...

Nice view, great composition!

Luz said...

Es una asignatura pendiente viajar allí gracias sus fotos son increíbles.

tapirgal said...

Noble and lovely from any angle, and this is surely a good one.

Halcyon said...

I like all these different angles you're showing us.

Starman said...

Great shot. Bonjour de Paris. Nous sommes arrivé hier.

amatamari© said...

Oh, really a great shot!

"All things French" said...

Yes Notre Dame photographs well from all angles and this is a lovely shot with the trees in the fore-ground. I am just reading/looking at a lovely book about Pierre Yves-Petit they are black & white photographs taken whilst he wandered the streets of Paris in the ~between wars~ era. Many were taken from the left bank looking across to Notre Dame with different light aspects ~ mainly very early morning or evening shots. He always signed his photographs just "Yvon"

Haddock said...

Oh yes through the trees.
Any framing through the trees gives a special effect.
By the way I am now reminded of the story of the Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Maubrey(Veejay, a traditional Indian blogger) said...

visited your blog
hope u do the same and
enjoy reading my blog too

thanks

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Maubreye(veejay)

Trillian said...

The trees around make it even more beautiful....!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I so enjoy your photos Jacob and this one is beautiful. I do like the ivy in the foreground.