Above: Color and form first attracted me to the setting below the Eiffel Tower, then a fellow photographer in a too-see-through dress added some unique content.
The post title says it all – street photography from beautiful Paris.
I really like how all the elements form an abstract nature: water jets slice through the frame, a young girl apparently in the path of large sliding figure, and the flat perspective give the viewer leeway in interpreting the image.
Statues, sprinklers and fun in the sun. July 9, 2013.
Cigarettes and coffee play an important role in French culture.
Intently writing and smoking in a Paris cafe.
Sometimes a subject catches you taking the photograph. That happened when a lady standing in lovely light with great hair saw me snap my shutter. Perhaps my favorite element in the image is the suitcase-pulling pedestrian in distance.
Getting the glare, July 8 2013, Paris.
Above: Cascading light and rough masonry from Cluny Museum architecture create lines and patterns. I like how the busts on the left and lady on the right direct the eye toward the smaller lady nearly dwarfed by rock.
Located in Paris, France, Musee de Cluny occupies two gorgeous buildings, the 1st century Gallo-Roman baths of Lutece and the 15th century townhouse of the abbots of Cluny.
The highlight for me was the amazing architecture of the building, one ceiling in particular.
The the many triangles with inlaid s-patterns are perfectly suited to the Weekly Photo Challenge: “From lines to patterns.” The following photo uses a simple tactic. Setting the camera flat on its back, to get as much of the roof as possible.
A ceiling in the Cluny Museum in black and white. July 8, 2013.
The ancient busts have long seen wear and tear.