Love love love this! The red glow of the tail lights! Magic!As always, awesome Paris!Thanks, Eric!Mammie
Very pretty. Sort of a....cinnamon haze covering everything...
Wonderful beautiful light!!
Eric,This is a gorgeous photo! The light is stunning.Kris
Belle photo. I agree, the Champs-Elysees look "almost" empty-- definitely a Sunday morning! ;-) Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)
Beautifully captured—add my kudos to the rest! And welcome to the season of more dark than light (hey—there has to be a downside to light until almost midnight in July and August, n'est-ce pas?).
Gorgeous.Jeff. You make me laugh.
Would you call that a tequila sunrise?That sky looks a bit like the bowl of a margarita glass. Drinking in that heady view has me more than a little tipsy.“Maraschino cherries too small, hic. Bigger. Bigger!”
Lovely shot...almost has a vintage feel and it creates an atmosphere that could easily be mistaken for the late fifties or early sixties in Paris. *Sigh*....
Nice light,beautiful city.Regards from Thessaloniki.Kostas.
LUV those red tail lights!Awesome "Eric" shot, as usual:)
That is beautiful! (Although reading the comments does put in the mood for a cinnamon latte this morning, lol) What a glow. Can you imagine what a picture of a woman, no matter what age, would look like in this light? Soft, glowing light like this would be a grand thing.
With photos like this my dream of moving to Paris lives on....thank you Eric.
Reminds me of an Atget photo.
Atget did not shoot in color and of course, there weren't so many cars back then ;)Still, it is kind of a timeless shot because you can't really see the make of the cars, just the overall shape. Well done!
it looks very nice and fresh felling even at nine o clock.