I realise now that I was really privileged to see it from my window everyday. According to the time of the day or of the season, or the weather, it always had different colours and reflections.
Eiffel tower used in many by-product.
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I like the Constance Doyle's touch, Only someone who deeply and sincerely love this city (which is not so hard actually) can take those kind of pictures. I like her use of light, the confusion she creates between dusk and dawn which make Romeo asking Juliette if it's the lark or the nightingale which is singing. Her mid--tones hues reminds me the evocation of light in Verlaine poetry "Fêtes Galantes" in the way she catches stealthy the flickering and fragile light at the point where the frontier between night and day become blurry. I think shecan really captures the essence of "the "City of Light" and when I see thoses pictures i fell like Romeo asking to Benvolio " Is the day so young?".
|"Les balayeurs sont plein d'balais.Il est cinq heures. Paris s'veille" Jacques Dutronc|
Pictures by Constance Doyle