Friday, November 09, 2012

Hide and seek with the Eiffel Tower!


I went to the Cité de l'architecture & du patrimoine, a superb musuem dedicated to architecture, to attend a temporary exhibit about Henri Labrouste, a leading architect who got famous in the 1800's. The exhibit was great (I love architecture) and I learned a lot of things, thanks to the guide who gave us a tour. This museum is located at place du Trocadero and on the way out, I could not help but taking a "stolen" photo of the Eiffel Tower, from inside the museum. I kinda like it ;-)

19 comments:

  1. OMG!! I've been there, but I didn't catch a shot like that. Beautiful. Hugs.

    Val

    Barcelona Daily Photo

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  2. I understand you. Impossible to resist in front of such a beauty :-)

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  3. All of your pictures of the Eiffle Tower have their own personalities. I guess that is what the symbiosis is between a wonderful photographer and model

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  4. EIFFEL TOWER!
    EIFFEL TOWER!!
    EIFFEL TOWER!!!

    This makes a perfect screen wallpaper, too. Thanks!

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  5. I didn't think it was possible to find an entirely new view of La Tour, but you've done it!

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  6. I love this view of the Eiffel Tower, too. You could do a collection or calendar of different views of the Eiffel (or perhaps you've already done that)....

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  7. Stunning! AN ET calendar would be so amazing. I've missed posting. Been tooooo busy, but, I check in every day and remain ever grateful to Eric for his diligence, talent and generosity and always love seeing what everyone has to say.

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  8. This is a great picture. The large expanse of yellowish concrete on the left gives it an incredible modern feel. I also enjoy the overlapping of elements in here, very urban.

    Thank you for talking about that museum, Eric, I'll give it a major spot in my to-do-list for the next trip to Paris. For my next trip is going to be Paris ( Yes, Paris, again, and again, but never enough ).

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  9. I love this one Eric!

    This is definitely the new wallpaper for my computer at work!

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  10. You kinda like it? I kinda love it!

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  11. Suzy is right: wallpaper shot.

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  12. I really, really, envy you! First, because you live in Paris and second, because you are a very good photographer. Saluts!

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  13. @Valery hugs too! I hope life is treating you well ;-)

    @Fabrizio "I understand you. Impossible to resist in front of such a beauty :-)" True!

    @Mrs. Vandertramp Merci

    @Anonymous "Peekaboo! I see you!" He he!

    @Phx2cdg "All of your pictures of the Eiffle Tower have their own personalities." Thank you PHX. In fact it's funny you say that for last night I was like "how on earth am I going to photograph her again?!"

    @ET Suzy "This makes a perfect screen wallpaper, too. Thanks!" ;-)) Welcome

    @Petrea "I didn't think it was possible to find an entirely new view of La Tour, but you've done it!" LOL! Merci!

    @Ms M ". You could do a collection or calendar of different views of the Eiffel (or perhaps you've already done that)...." NOT A BAD IDEA!

    @Carrie ". I've missed posting. Been tooooo busy" I hope it was ofr the good cause Christie!

    @Arr Day "Thank you for talking about that museum, Eric, I'll give it a major spot in my to-do-list for the next trip to Paris." You're welcome. I highly recommend it - even if you don't care too much for architecture.

    @Justine "This is definitely the new wallpaper for my computer at work!" You should meet ET Suzy ;-)

    @Bill "I love this photo!" Merci !

    @Alexa "You kinda like it? I kinda love it!" LOL

    @Jeff "Suzy is right: wallpaper shot." For your office/dining room ;-))

    @M3M3 guzmán "I really, really, envy you! First, because you live in Paris and second, because you are a very good photographer." ;-) Sweet.

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  14. How lovely!! And ETSuzy said it so well: Eiffel Tower!!!!

    I have to admit that a perpetual calender of all the ET pictures would be an awesome thing! (One that I could hang on my wall and it would never have to come down :) )

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  15. Color Calendar shot! Would be a great one for a cover of a book, too, with space for titles and such. I love the way the lines on the columns draw my eye around the shot. It really works!
    -Kim

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