Another dreamy shot Alexa!& I love the stone walkway.
I love it. There is that kind of aerial perspective where the shadows fade out and disappear in the distance as they approach the vanishing point. It took a few moments to figure out the hanging lamp shadows. (At first, from a sideways angle, I thought it was a front view of a rider on the horse from yesterday).The image holds centuries of history yet the location remains a vibrant living part of the most sophisticated international capital of today’s world. Allow me to be redundant: I love it.
So beautiful, and to think I once took it for granted. I walked this way every evening after work....there used to be a very prim and well-dressed old lady who would approach people and ask them for a franc....I love these shadows and columns.
I couldn't help myself looking for Audrey Hepburn's shadow, hiding behind one column ! Great perspective and thank you for reminding me how lucky I am to live so close. Sometimes you just forget to see the beauty in your usual environment.Have a nice Sunday and glad to see you back, TG !
What a beutiful photo!
Amazing archeticture and a great capture of its grandure of light and perspective.
Beautiful, really beautiful! Great photo!
Thanks, all! I really love this place, and I'm glad you do too.
The shadow huntersimplore, “Give us light, give useyes to see—and more!”SSS: Antlers
You brough tears to my eyes with this one. Sniff. I miss it so.MerciV
Thanks, merci, grazie, danke, hvala, gracias, spasibo, shukran, dhanyavaad, salamat, arigato, and muito obrigado for your much-appreciated comments.