Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Shadows

I took this photo on a bridge that runs over the Canal Saint Martin in the 10th arrondissement. Nothing much to add except that I like the shadow effect among the trees.

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful. I love how you framed the people in the light.

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  2. So beautiful! I love the captured movement of the silhouettes

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  3. Everything about this picture is just awesome!!!!

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  4. Odd really odd (but any connexion with the odd number ?! I must say that I only realized yesterday that "odd" and "even" were used to translate "impair et pair" in English ! I am sure that the "pair" et "impair" words are not easy either to non French. But this is not linked to today, except that the feeling this photo gives to me is ... odd !!
    Amazing to think you took it in Paris. Really spooky... Maybe with colors, it would be totally different. Not maybe, I am sure it would. But you deceided the odd version and I don't dislike it because this is talent, obviously !

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  5. It's beautiful Eric. Everything about this photo is perfect.

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  6. Great shot!!! in the same place:
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/88100506@N08/12729079123/lightbox/

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  7. Beautiful photo.
    The first time I visited Paris in the last century (still sounds strange!) we stayed in a hotel near the Republique and after booking in, we went for a walk along the Canal St Martin. We fell in love with Paris during that trip and have been coming back ever since. It seems like yesterday.

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  8. Always a beautiful place to stay in Paris whatever you may want to do, walking, thinking, talking, working, sharing, side by side. Always a beautiful photo to look at, here, on Parisdailyphoto.com, the website I have the most checked in the past five years.

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  9. I like it too. Makes me think of films noir, which makes me think of "Hotel du Nord," which makes me think of the Canal St. Martin. Full circle!

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  10. One of my favorites of all times! I don´t know how to describe what it makes me feel, but I love it. And, I think, the lamp in the foreground really illuminates the scene, even if it is turned off! (Try to cover it and you'll see).

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  11. Amazing photo! Especially in b&w.

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