Wednesday

Paris: Nearly Symmetrically

With just enough that's asymmetrical to keep it fascinating. What differences do you spot?
Palais Royal (Georgianna)

Church of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Georgianna)

Pont Notre Dame (David)

Antique Shop, Rue des Saint Peres (David)

Place de la Concorde (Georgianna)

Stairs, Arc de Triomphe (David)

Laduree window display (David)

(David)

I.M. Pei pyramid, The Louvre (David)

15 comments:

  1. Palais Royal one of my Paris favourites, wandered around with my girlfriend last week so exciting showing her my "must visit" list, so much fun and she loved it!!
    Carla

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  2. As Paris is one of my favourite places I thought it was about time I called by more regularly, so am now an official follower. Did I tell you I have now set up a separate photography blog!

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  3. Beautiful! I like how you are focusing on details as well. I am always interested in capturing different elements of the building's façades. Love the symmetry of the last two photos. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend, Georgianna!
    Ada

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  4. A truly wonderful series Georgianna and David!
    I absolutely love the candy shoppe window!

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  5. gorgeous. I adore the image of the spiral stairs beautiful perspective xox

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  6. Ahhhh....... I love Paris, and now I love Paris even more......

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  7. Dreaming of Paris again with these fabulous photographs! How positively stunning. I do love the formality of symmetry. I collect things either in twos for formal symmetry or sometimes three identical things because I love the way that looks as well. ;) Thank you for stopping by Ooh La Frou Frou's Grand Flirt III! Left you a little note in response ~ http://tiny.cc/ud2to

    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com

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  8. What an interesting set this is and a little bit of a game too, to find the differences! I loved playing along as I enjoyed the photos!

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  9. Oh, fabulous symmetries. I love the light of photos 5, 6 and 8. Really stunning!

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  10. Just going down my blogroll and dropped by to say "Happy New Week" darling! Hope it's marvelous! xoxoxo

    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com
    This Week: "Let It Snow"

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  11. Just stopping by as I go down my blogroll this week to say hello! Hope you're having a lovely holiday season ... if you need gift tags for your gifts, I've illustrated some Tiffany-inspired stilettos and placed them on glamorous holiday gift tags that can be downloaded and printed ~ they're on the blog this week! ;) xoxoxo

    Sandy at Ooh La Frou Frou
    http://oohlafroufrou.blogspot.com
    This Week: "A Very Sparkly Christmas" with free stiletto holiday gift tags

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  12. I too so love European Architecture..we just don't have this type of thing here is the USA..we are not old enough yet !!
    Your photographs are maqnifique.

    Thanks for coming by for a visit again.
    Yes, that olde wallpaper in my childhood home is very special to me..never thought I would never see it again after I left home to marry at age 20. I am now almost 74.

    Rose

    Rose
    Rose

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  13. Unas fotos fabulosas!!
    Me han encantado!
    Feliz semana!
    Veronica.

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  14. Is this place even real! How insanely awesome is Paris

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