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Ahh.. it’s been too long since I visited. Beautiful photo.
Christy recently posted…Villa Del Palmar, Loreto: A Quiet Getaway on the Sea of Cortez
Me too Christy – I see Kristian’s photos and get wistful.
Here is one
memographer recently posted…I Was Here! Postcard-Photos
Ah-h, Paris… my beloved Paris!
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Memo, I’d love to see what you and Kristian could come up with if let loose on a city.
What a great adventure that would be. *grin*
Loved Paris so much. The beautiful buildings and architecture. It tells quite the story.
Nicole | The Wondernuts recently posted…This is the Face of a Griper
Hitting the nail on the head Nicole – this photo really does speak 1000 words.
Love the image. It feels so real and the streets look like they should be crawling with people.
Leigh recently posted…7 Things To Do in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
Hiya Leigh! Kristian loves to be out and about early in the morning, just as most of us are grinding beans for a little caffeine – he’s out shooting the quiet streets.
His diligence pays off with wonderful shots like this one.
Click on his site name and be transported (no waiting in TSA lines required)
Very cool perspective.
Thanks Colleen. Kristian has a wonderful eye and sees things I’d miss.
Beautiful! There is so much in this image! I wish I could jump in and see it and feel it all in person! Oh Paris!
Mary – you’ve hit the nail on the head.
Despite a street devoid of humans, this shot is highly energized.
it must be early in the day, during those few hours when a city can seem to belong entirely to you.
Lovely photo! Paris is incorrigibly charming.
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Renuka, You hit the nail on the head… incorrigibly charming.
Everyone should go, at least once.
I don’t think I could ever get tired of looking at Paris (in person or in photos). I especially like street scenes with interesting perspectives like the one in Kristian’s photo.
Cathy Sweeney recently posted…Into the Vineyards at Tenuta Masselina
Cathy, I feel the same about Kristian’s photo and you know, I think it’s one of the things that first drew me to your site, Traveling with Sweeney.
You often photograph the streets in such a way that I feel I was there with you.
Thanks for stopping by!
Lovely view of Paris. Even without words, you can see its beauty.
Freya Renders recently posted…Vatican and Sistine Chapel early entrance Tour
Freya, your comment reads like poetry. I may make a Haiku of it.
Yes, Kristian did a wonderful job of capturing the real scene and I hope you’ll follow his links to see more.
Always trying to find quietness in things, quite difficult in a city as crowded as Paris. Thank you very much for featuring my humble shot, dear Maria!
KR recently posted…empty streets
Kristian, you’re very welcome. I have been a fan of you writing and photography for many years and you always entertain and make me think.
Ah the other side of Paris where many don’t get to see. I love it! Especially with the Dome des Invalides in the background for contrast.
Great Sherry – you can see more of Kristian’s work when you click through his name to his various sites.
Wow. Just wow. Really, wordless wednesday. Thanks for sharing–it gave me a moment of stillness in the crush of busyness.
Emily McIntyre recently posted…Coffee Wednesday: Quay Coffee
Emily that’s wonderful to read because that is exactly what Wordless Wednesday is about…
a nice break and chance to see the work of others.