Friday, 25 March 2011

Weekend Reflections: rue des Etats Généraux

19 comments:

Paulie said...

Wow! Almost like a spotlight on the reflection!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

I wasn't sure if I liked this at first...so stark. But the more I look at it, the more I appreciate it...the reflection is quite grand...and the b&w gives the scene a rather mysterious glow...

You've been doing a lot of mysterious things lately! :-)

Randy said...

Nice one, bright too!

Malyss said...

C'est la delicatesse des dessins sur la vitre qui rend belle la rue banale derrière!Quelques traits graciles qui rendent forte la photo!

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

This is quite interesting with the etched window design and the street reflections in the arches... very nice!

Bon weekend,
Genie

Cezar and Léia said...

It's beautiful! Really magnificent!I specially like the arches and the delicate fishes.The choice for b&w is perfect!
Retro! :)
bisous
Léia

Martha Z said...

Nice and very effective in Black & White.

Sylvia K said...

My first thought was that it looked like the opening scene in a mystery movie! Terrific reflection for the day, as always! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia

Anki said...

Fine picture and fine music.

MacDougal Street Baby said...

Very film noir!

Francisca said...

The etched glass gives the reflected buildings more character.

VioletSky said...

what Francisca said...and is perfect in B&W.

'Tsuki said...

Etrange cliché... On dirait quelque ancienne parution d'une revue des années 20, avec cette surexposition si ciblée... Ouais, ça fait très film muet, je trouve.

LauraX said...

exquisite reflections!

Greyscale Territory said...

Such a romance of tones in monochrome! beautiful, creative reflection!

Buck said...

I wouldn't have known it was a reflection without the etched fishes. I agree with Francisca too!

Serendipity said...

So pretty! And very stylish in black and white.

Miss Becky said...

not only a splendid reflection, but superb music too. have a grand weekend.

T. Becque said...

Neat, this is like looking out of the past into the present somehow.